Life in Tarai gradually limping back to normalcy
BIRGUNJ: Normal life in the Tarai region is gradually limping back to normalcy after the agitating Madhes-centric parties relaxed the longstanding agitations in the recent days.
The local residents in the districts of central Tarai including in Bara, Parsa and Rautahat districts have felt a great sigh of relief after agitating parties changed the course of their agitation.
Life in the districts for almost five and a half months was paralysed following the strikes, agitations and disruption in the border areas.
In the recent days, industries, factories, educational institutions and markets have opened and the vehicles are seen on the roads after the agitating parties relaxed the agitations.
In Bara, vehicles of long and short routes have moved towards their destinations.
A local leader of the Unified Democratic Madhesi Front said that though the Front had allowed the industries, factories, educational institutions and markets to reopen, the agitating parties have not formally called off the agitation.
Likewise, the intellectuals in Parsa have asked both the government and agitating parties to resolve the deadlock through talks and dialogue as some of the grievances of the Madhesi people were addressed from the constitution’s amendment