Myanmar junta urged to shun suppression

Kathmandu, October 1:

Youth Parliament Nepal (YPL) has demanded the Myanmar government to stop suppressing the movement for independence.

Organising a press conference here today, YPL president Nabindra Raj Joshi said the organisation would organise a demonstration tomorrow afternoon to protest the suppression.

“We believe that pressure by the diplomatic missions and international organisations would help build confidence of the Myanmarese citizens to fight for their independence,” Joshi said while requesting all to support the campaign.

Meanwhile, the YPN has also appealed all the parties to work to conduct election to constituent assembly on time.

He demanded that the government to pay due attention to take necessary action against the culprits of the Kapilvastu incident.

Vice president of the YPN Ramesh Lekhak said active youth organisations should facilitate to sort out differences between the conflicting parties and help conduct CA polls on time.

Also, state minister for Labour and Transport Management Lekhak warned that the nation would meet a disaster if the CA polls are not held on time.