Political outfits from Nepal's Deputy Prime Minister, former Prime Minister unite to form 'Samajwadi Party Nepal'

KATHMANDU: Nepal ' S Former Premier And Incumbent Deputy Prime Minister Monday Announced The Merger Of Their Respective Parties To Formally De ' Samajwadi Party Nepal ' During An Event In Kathmandu .

Yadav's Federal Socialist Forum - Nepal (FSF-N) And Bhattarai's Naya Shakti Party United , And Minorities, Among Others.

We Are Committed To Making Nepal A Federal State. For This, There Should Be Federal Structure As Per Report Made By Local Bodies Restructuring Commission Formed Under The Constitution Of Nepal Where It Has Been Suggested For 10 + 1 Provinces, By Stated Constitution, The 9-point Accord Signed By The Two Leaders For The Merger Said.

With The Signing Of The Accord, Yadav Was Made The Chair Of The Party ¢ralgovernmentwhilebhattaraiisthechairoftheparty&federalcouncil

theformationofthenewpartyisaresultofcontinuouseffortswhichtookplaceoveraspanoftwoyears.yadavappealedtoothermadhesh-basedpartiestojointhemandfightforissueswhichhavebeenprolonged.

"Now come with us, let's go united and go forward...I want to make an appeal to Rastriya Janata Party- Nepal (RJP-N), Janamukti and other parties who are siding with change...I want to request and advise them all -- Come, join us . Let's go forward . Samajwadi Party Nepal is for all," Yadav stated, appealing to other parties .

Ever Since The Constitution Came Into Effect In 2015, More Than 100 People Lost Their Lives While Demanding Amendments To The Constitution. The Madhesis, Among Others, All That The Charter Fails To Represent Them.

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