Govt not serious to resolve crisis, claims Upendra Yadav
KATHMANDU: Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal Chairman Upendra Yadav has said that the government was not serious to resolve the present political imbroglio.
Speaking at an interaction here in the Capital today, the FSF-N Chairman Yadav said the problem was increasing as the government did not implement the past agreements reached with the Madhes-centric parties.
He said that the problem could be resolved when the government implemented past agreements signed with them.
"Implementation of the eight-point and 22-point agreements is our demand," he added.
Leader Yadav blamed the top leaders of three major parties as they were miring the situation even by not including the provisions of the Interim Constitution as well in the new Constitution.
He expressed dissatisfaction over torching the national flags of neighbouring countries rather than resolving the internal issues.
Chair Yadav stressed on resolving the issue of demarcation of border of provinces according to the report of the former State Restructuring Commission.