FSF-N has joined NCP-led govt

FSF-N has joined NCP-led govt

National Socialist Forum-Nepal will sign up for the Nepal Communist Get together (NCP)-led government as both the parties have reached the two-point agreement at the Prime Minister’s official house in Baluwatar, Kathmandu today.

According to the PM’s Personal Secretariat, two chairpersons of the NCP — KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal — and FSF-N Chairman Upendra Yadav signed the arrangement that has paved the way for the second option to amalgamate in the government.

As per the agreement, the requirements elevated by the FSFN during its agitation as well as issues related to constitution amendment would be addressed on the most basic of mutual understanding.

Primary Minister KP Sharma Oli on Sunday gave guarantee that the constitution would be amended keeping in mind people’s aspirations and the country’s interest.

Throughout a debate in the legislative house on Sunday on the government’s policies and shows, some lawmakers representing the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal and the Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal had raised question about the government’s policies and programmes being silent on the issue of cosmetic amendment.

FSF-N leader Ashok Rai told THT On-line that his party would join the us government once the PM signs the arrangement with the FSF-N on constitution amendment addressing the citizenship issues. Leader Reflet also said that FSF-N would consider the ministries that the Oli-led govt could offer the get together and hinted that the party could make a deal with the federal government today itself. “Our effort is on to induce Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal (RJP-N) to participate the government as well. ” The FSFN head declared that the effort was underway to ink the deal with the EVENING before moving ahead.

FSF-N has claimed that children of those who bought citizenship in 2007-08 are not being issued citizenship qualification. The district administration office buildings were refusing to concern citizenship certificates to many people in Tarai-Madhes, citing a shortage of laws.

The get together has explained that the children of citizens-by-birth were entitled to citizenship license on the basis of descent but due to non-enactment of federal regulations, the district administration office buildings were not issuing passports certificates to the youngsters of such citizens. FSF-N has been demanding enactment of a new citizenship regulations.

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