POKHARA: Nepali Congress' youth wing Nepal Tarun Dal Kaski has announced that it will launch a protest program against the KP Sharma Oli-led government from Friday, accusing that the two-thirds majority government was conducting unlawful governance. The youth wing has asserted that the government move is undemocratic, irresponsible and goes against the spirit of the state. Manoj Gurung, President of Nepal Tarun Dal Kaski announced the decision to stage demonstration amid a press conference held today. Gurung outlined major reasons for organising the protest against the Oli-led government. The protest is based on some key factors including rampant corruption, terrorising taxpayers through price hikes, failure to bring Nirmala Panta’s murderer to book, inability to punish those involved in gold smuggling, embezzlement of billions of rupees in the wide-body aircraft purchase deal, purchasing of expensive vehicles despite the nations’ economic shortfalls and a violation of the agreements in the Budhigandaki Hydropower Project, Gurung said. The Tarun Dal president said that the protest was necessary in order to ensure the protection of human rights and press freedom, to bring murderers and rapists to justice and to pressurise for the independent judiciary. He added that the protest was necessary in order to preserve the spirit of the republic. The protest rally will be taken out from Chipledhunga in Pokhara to Prithvichowk via New Road, finally holding a corner meeting. Likewise, member of the Gandaki Provincial Assembly, Khem Lal Shrestha said, "The unlawful governance of the Oli-led government forced us to hold a protest rally." He also warned that if the government did not uphold the rights of the people and change its ways, then the agitation would be intensified. READ ALSO: