NC to address madhes issues after two-third majority: PM Deuba
JANAKPURDHAM: Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has urged the voters to cast their votes to NC to garner two-third majority in the upcoming elections to address the Madhes issues.
Deuba, Speaking at a programme organised by the NC Dhanusha in Janakpurdham on Wednesday, blamed the main opposition CPN-UML for foiling the constitution amendment bill tabled at the Legislature-Parliament.
PM Deuba also assured that NC would address the Terai-Madhes issues. "Despite prevailing poverty in the area, Madhesi people have also been deprived of constitutional rights," Deuba added.
"As soon as NC garner two-third majority in the upcoming elections, NC will amend the constitution to address the Terai-Madhes issues," PM shared.
He also accused the leftist alliance for trying to establish communism in the nation, and termed it as a threat to democracy. PM Deuba urged the voters to cast their votes to NC to institutionalise democratic norms in the nation.
A day after the leftist alliance unveiled their election manifesto, PM Deuba pointed to the 6-point agreement between the left wing parties and suspected them of establishing communism in the nation.
PM Deuba accused Rastriya Janata Party Nepal leaders for foiling election alliance with other madhes-based parties into Democratic alliance.
Similarly, speaking on the same programme NC leader and Dhanusha-3 candidate Bimalendra Nidhi suspected that the political achievements would be lost due to leftist alliance.