PM all praise for Youth Federation Nepal

Kathmandu, January 5

Prime Minister KP Oli today said the Youth Federation Nepal was one of the most active organisations among the sister organisations of the CPN-UML.

Talking to a YFN delegation in Baluwatar, PM Oli said that the CPN-UML was able to retain its image due to the liveliness of the energetic youths in YFN.

The youth delegation had reached the Prime Minister’s Office to brief the PM on the progress made by the organisation in the past few months.

The YFN delegation also submitted a memorandum to the PM demanding an end to all kinds of anomalies and black-marketing.

Rajib Pahari, president, YFN, said that they submitted the progress report of the organisation after its restructuring in October, 2015.

He said they also informed the PM about the awareness campaign launched by YFN from December 15 to 26. On the basis of the suggestions received from the public during the campaign, YFN also made certain recommendations to the government.

“The government needs to mobilise all its mechanisms to end black marketing and smuggling,” said Pahari. He also urged the government to launch an extensive campaign to remove misunderstandings about the new constitution in the Tarai using mass media.

He further also urged the political leaders to use their words properly while commenting on Tarai unrest and Madhes-based political parties.

“We also urged the government to launch special financial programmes in the Tarai region,” he added.

YFN in-charge and Minister for Information and Communication Technology Sher Dhan Rai and assistant in-charge Niru Pal were also part of the delegation.