Leaders and cadres of four opposition parties submitted a three-point memorandum to Garuda Municipality in Rautahat today.

Nepali Congress, CPN-MC, CPN-UML Madhav Nepal faction and Janata Samajbadi Party-Nepal Upendra Yadav faction jointly submitted the memo to the municipality.

The memo demanded that the building of the municipality be constructed at the same place where the soil test was carried out. It also sought that the expenses of the running fiscal be made public among others.

Sailendra Yadav of ward 2 and Ram Sundar Prasad of ward 7 were recommended for the post of acting chairmen in the respective wards after the death of Bisundev Sahani of ward 2 and Ram Ishwor Raya Yadav of ward 7. The four parties demanded that the same recommendation be implemented.

The memo further read that if the three-point demand was not implemented, then the political parties, civil society, and social workers would be compelled to move ahead with stern protests.

Nepali Congress leader Krishna Chaudhary said representatives of the four political parties, businessmen, and social workers had submitted the memo to the acting Chief Administrative Officer Mohammad Mustak Alam and deputy mayor Rangila Devi Jaysawal of the municipality. Jaysawal and Alam thanked to the people for drawing the attention of the municipality.

A version of this article appears in the print on June 30 2021, of The Himalayan Times.