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Thursday, February 19, 2009

51 lawmakers refuse to visit remote districts to collect opinion on constitution

Kathmandu, 19 Feb: Fifty-one lawmakers have reused to visit remote districts to collect opinion on a proposed constitution, Naya Patrika reports.
“Some legislators nearly beat us up. We are in tension,” the newspaper quoted an official of the secretariat as saying.
The lawmakers said they should be sent to districts of their choice.
According to the first list, Maoists Narayan Kazi Sherstha, Barsha Man Pun and Top Bahadur Rayamajhi were first assigned to Solokhumbu, Lamjung and Manang and Humla respectively.
They are now been sent to Dhading, Kathmandu valley and Kapilvasthu and Rupendhaehi in that order.
Nepal Majdoor Kishan Party Chief Narayanman Bijukachaya rejected going to Rukum and will stay in the Valley.
Congress Vice-President Gopal Man Shrestha will not go to Jajarkot; he’ll also work in the Valley.
Nabindra Raj Joshi of Congress has now been assigned to valley after refusing to go to Mugu.


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