Janamat Party quits Madhes province government

JANAKPURDHAM: Janamat Party withdrew its support and quit the Madhes province government.

Minister for Education and Culture and Minister for Labour and Transport who were participating in the government on behalf of the Janamat Party submitted resignation letters to Chief Minister Saroj Kumar Yadav.

Spokesperson of the Madhes province government and Minister for Home, Communications and Law Mohammad Samim informed that the ministers from the Janamat Party had collectively submitted their resignation to Chief Minister Yadav.

Earlier, Janamat Party’s parliamentary party leader and Minister for Education and Culture Mahesh Prasad Yadav had submitted a letter to the Madhes Province Chief Hari Shanker Mishra withdrawing its support to the government.

Yadav shared that the ministers from Janamat Party had resigned since the government after a year of its formation failed to perform effectively and did not allow the atmosphere for the ministers of his party to function well.

The Janamat Party has 13 province assembly members in the Madhes.

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