House disruption to go on

Kathmandu, July 4:

A joint meeting of the Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum, Tarai-Madhes Democratic Party and Sadbhavana Party, which was convened immediately after the Seven-Party Alliance decided to table the Fifth Amendment Bill to the interim constitution in the CA, condemned the SPA decision and decided to continue to disrupt the legislative meeting of the assembly.

“The SPA decision is unfortunate and it aims at aborting the February 28 agreement reached with the then United Democratic Madhesi Front,” MJF leader JP Gupta told this daily at the end of the meeting held at TMDP’s office.

Gupta said that they had been disrupting the House with a view to getting the February 28 agreement implemented. “There is no alternative to another phase of movement to get it implemented,” he said, adding that they would decide the next action tomorrow.