Upendra Yadav unhappy with major political parties
Dhanusha - Federal Socialist Forum Nepal (FSFN)'s central chair Upendra Yadav has accused the big political parties of always cheating on the Madhesi Nepalis.
Speaking at a press meet at Janakpur today, leader Yadav accused the major political parties including the Nepali Congress, CPN (UML) and CPN (Maoist Centre) of continuing to turn a deaf ear towards the demands of Madhesh.
The FSFN chair who arrived here on the eve of the third phase of local level elections taking place on September 18 in eight districts of the Province No 2 including Dhanusha, objected to the decision of Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba to expand his cabinet to a 54-member body.
"Such move is against the constitution which has stated about the formation of a 25-member Council of Ministers," he added.
Corruption was being promoted within from the Singha Durbar, he said, taking the time to call the Singha Durbar (country's main administration centre) 'a hub of corrupts'.
According to him, good governance will be guaranteed only by the establishment of people's welfare State.
"Local level's newly shaped structure is impractical as it would be costlier for the people," he argued.