RPP announces agitation program – Online Khabar

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July 9, Kathmandu. RPP has handed over a 22-point memorandum to Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba on the issues including price rise and shortage of fertilizers.

A meeting chaired by Buddhiman Tamang, vice-chairman of the party and coordinator of the agitation mobilization committee, decided to continue the agitation for livelihood.

According to RPP spokesperson Mohan Shrestha, it has been decided to hold a sit-in and a corner meeting at the Agriculture Knowledge Centers of all 77 districts on July 28 as the supply of chemical fertilizers could not be met as per the demand of farmers.

Similarly, it has been decided to hold a procession in all the 77 district headquarters on July 3 demanding that the issues addressed in the memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister be addressed.

A meeting of the agitation mobilization committee has decided to submit a memorandum to the labor minister on July 3 under the leadership of a trade union affiliated to the party.

RPP has stated that a sit-in and corner meeting will be held in all 77 district administration offices on July 8 demanding control of corruption and action against the corrupt.

A memorandum has been scheduled to be submitted to the Higher Secondary Education Council on July 10 demanding strict implementation of the provision of free education up to class 12 at Janak Education Materials Center demanding removal of textbook shortage under the leadership of Rastriya Prajatantrik Vidyarthi Sangathan.

Similarly, a sit-in will be held at the National Commission for Women against Violence against Women led by the National Democratic Women’s Organization on July 16, said RPP spokesperson Shrestha.

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