Madhesh agenda are not watered down: LSP Chair Thakur


Mahottari, Sept 5: Chairman of the Loktantrik Samajbadi Party (LSP), Mahantha Thakur, has said the Madhesh agenda were not watered down, but relevant and vibrant.    
Addressing the extended meeting of LSP province committee at Bardibas on Monday, Chairman Thakur reminded that the party would reach the agenda of the party establishment time to people again. "Some of the political agenda we raised were established based on movement. However, the suppression from the State is continuous," he reminded, adding that the party cadres were still facing the false charges over the Madhes movement.    
He urged the party leaders and cadres to reach every doorstep of the people and make them aware about achievements of the Madhesh movement and active for further rights.    
Top leaders Rajendra Mahato, Sarat Singh Bhandari, Anil Kumar Jha and others had presence in the meeting held at Bardibas.    
Province committee chairman Jitendra Sonal informed that the objective of the extended meeting of party's Madhesh province committee was to set further agenda and strategies in Madhesh. "We move ahead by meticulously analysing performance of the party. The weaknesses would be identified and measures for solution sought to take ahead the Madhesh movement," he shared.    
He further claimed that party would reach the people along with Madhesh agenda again.    
Before the election to the first constituency assembly in 2064BS, the leaders from Madhesh left the mainstream parties and formed Tarai/Madhesh Loktantrik Party based on the foundation of Madhesh movement. Those to join the bandwagon were leader Thakur, Mahendra Ray Yadav, Sarvendra Nath Shukla, and Brishesh Chandra Lal, among others. But, the party then witnessed series of split and merger and arrived at this stage.    
Currently, the party is engrossed on expanding organizational base at local level.  (RSS)      

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