JSP Chair Thakur meets PM Deuba, asks to address their demands
KATHMANDU, July 21: One of the chaimen of the Jantata Samajbadi Party (JSP) has held a meeting with Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba.
Thakur reached the official residence of the prime minister in Baluwatar at 9 on Wednesday morning.
Satendra Mishra, an aide to Thakur, told Ratopati that he [Thakur] visited Deuba to congratulate the latter on winning parliament’s confidence and also to draw the attention of the government over their demands.
On the occasion, Thakur asked PM Deuba to address their demands as per the commitment made by him [PM] prior to the voting held on his confidence motion on Sunday, earlier this week.
The faction of the JSP, led by Thakur, has been demanding the amendment of the constitution,withdrawing cases against and realising its cadres and leaders including Resham Chaudhary, addressing the issues of citizenship among others.
The faction reportedly voted in favor of Deuba’s trust motion after the latter committed to addressing their demands.