July 9, Kathmandu. The Rastriya Janamorcha has stated that it cannot give citizenship to the children of those who got Nepali citizenship on the basis of birth.
As the government prepares to pass the citizenship bill through this session of parliament, Rastriya Janamorcha vice-chairperson Durga Poudel issued a statement on Thursday stating that she was in favor of not giving citizenship to the children of Janmasiddha.
Stating that it was a mistake to give citizenship on the basis of birth in the past, Rajmo said that the citizenship of non-Nepalese who got citizenship on the basis of birth at that time should not be revoked and their children should not be given citizenship.
“The Janamorcha will stand against the provision in the bill to grant citizenship to the descendants of non-Nepalese who have obtained citizenship on the basis of birth without revoking their citizenship,” Poudel said in a statement.
The Rastriya Janamorcha has said that the current system of granting citizenship to a foreign woman who marries a Nepali man cannot be accepted.
“If a foreign woman who marries a Nepali man marries, the state should grant her adopted citizenship only after seven years of renunciation of her country’s citizenship,” Poudel said in a statement. We are. ‘
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