Nagarik Unmukti Party decides not to join government

KATHMANDU: The Nagarik Unmukti Party, which has been demanding the release of Resham Chaudhary among other party cadres, has decided not to join the government.

The party made the decision to this effect after holding a meeting with Chaudhary who is currently in the Dillibazaar Prison.

Though the party gave the trust vote to the CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal-led government, it has decided not to join the government immediately, party spokesperson Damodar Pandit said.

According to him, the party has put forth three conditions to participate in the government.

The party has demanded the release of Resham Chaudhary among other party leaders and cadres.

Similarly, the party has demanded that the government make public the report prepared by the commission led by Girish Chandra Lal after the Tikapur incident.

Likewise, the party has also demanded withdrawal of false cases.

Party Central Chairperson Ranjita Shrestha, who had reached Balkot on Sunday evening, had also floated a three-point demand of the party.


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