Posted on: Sunday, Apr 1, 2018
So far, India hasn’t formally welcomed Nepal’s constitution which was promulgated despite dissatisfaction of Madhesi parties. Shortly after the constitution was promulgated, New Delhi had asked the then government to carry out seven point amendment …
Posted on: Friday, Mar 30, 2018
“Madhesi ke hath gardan tak pahuchal chhai,” he said in Maithili which means Madhesis were strong claimants. Asked if the UML was not in favour of signing a written agreement with his party, Yadav said the ruling CPN-UML had not told him whether it …
Posted on: Sunday, Jan 28, 2018
Yadav also raised a question on why the leftist parties needed to take Madhesi parties on board despite having the majority. “However, if the leftist alliance seeks assistance FSFN will cooperate,” Yadav said.
Posted on: Sunday, Jan 21, 2018
The Nepali Congress today proposed to allocate four National Assembly seats for two Madhesi parties — the Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal and Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal in Province 2 and two for itself. NC leaders Gopal Man Shrestha, Ram Sharan Mahat …
Posted on: Friday, Dec 1, 2017
The NC said that if it won the required majority its first job in the parliament would be to amend the constitution. Madhesi voters also want constitution to be amended Vijay Das, a voter of Rajbiraj-7 said constitution amendment should remain the key …
Posted on: Monday, Nov 13, 2017
Addressing his party activists and supporters, FSF-N leader and poll candidate Yadav argued that the Madhesi people required casting their votes for Madhes-centric forces to ensure the fundamental rights of Madhesi folks who were exploited, marginalised …
Posted on: Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017
Leaders claimed that an alliance between NC and Madhesi parties will guarantee victory in more than two-thirds of the seats. The alliance has made “Madhesi parties for Madhes Province” the main election slogan to consolidate support of Madhesi voters.
Posted on: Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017
KATHMANDU: The General Secretary of Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal Ram Sahaya Yadav said the party would forge electoral alliance with the Rastriya Janta Party-Nepal and Nepali Congress for upcoming polls to address the feelings of Madhesi people.
Posted on: Monday, Oct 9, 2017
KATHMANDU: The General Secretary of Federal Socialist Forum Nepal Ram Sahaya Yadav said the party would forge electoral alliance with the Rastriya Janta Party Nepal and Nepali Congress for upcoming polls to address the feelings of Madhesi people.
Posted on: Thursday, Oct 5, 2017
The party had won 35 seats in the local polls. In addition to that, FSFN Chairman Upendra Yadav remains one of the most influential names among Madhesi leaders. By bringing Yadav to its side, the NC-led alliance would not only save the government but also …