KATHMANDU: A team led by chairman of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum Upendra Yadav submitted a nine-point memorandum to Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal at his official residence, Baluwatar on Sunday afternoon.
The memo includes activation of the defunct Vice President post and amendment in the constitution to recognise the Hindi language as the official language to carry out offical tasks among others. MJF has sought a clear view from the government on its special security plan and demanded the implementation of the past pacts between the government and MJF. According to joint chairman of MJF, Jaya Prakash Gupta, his party sees no alternative to the protest programmes if the government failed to address their demands. Responding to the memo the Prime Minister suggested that MJF quit the protest programmes and hold talks with the government.