KATHMANDU: Madhes-based leaders are all-equipped to prepare a final draft of Madhesi concerns to unitedly bring up the issues of Madhes autonomy and inclusion-- as guaranteed by the Interim Constitution-- and to pressurise the major parties to value the past pacts inked with the Madhes.
A seven-member task force led by Chairman of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal Upendra Yadav to prepare a draft of Madhesi concerns has called a meeting in Singha Durbar for Thursday afternoon to discuss the Madhesi lawmakers’ concern before finalizing the draft.
The final draft would be submitted to the PM and other authorities concerned, said Ram Rijhan Yadav, PM’s Press Advisor and a member of the newly created task force to echo Madhesi MPs concerns.
Madhesi lawmakers have been warning the Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and UCPN-M of stir and agitations if Madhes was mixed with non-Madhes regions while federating the country in the process of state reconstructing.
The government has signed 22-point, eight-point and four-point agreements with the Madhesi forces in different intervals of time.