KATHMANDU: Indigenous leaders and activists belonging to indigenous nationalities have issued the manifesto of the new party, which is still to be named, on Thursday.
Though janajatis were set to announce a new political outfit today, the decision was reserved at the request of some indigenous leaders and intellectuals citing the lack of enough homework.
On Wednesday they had proposed the name of the party as Social Democratic Plurinational Party.
But today (the day which is also marked as the 18th Indigenous People’s Day) they took a decision to collect public opinion on the formation of the party till October.
According to janajati leaders, the new party will get the final shape within three months.
A taskforce headed by Krishna Bhattachan will take imitative to collect public opinions. Chaitanya Subba, , Shanti Rai, Pashang Sherpa, Shankar Limbu, Nanda Kandangwa, Prem Kumari Budha ,Jyoti Danuwar, and Jit Pal Kirat are also the members of the taskforce.