Janamukti Party led by Minister for Labour and Transport Management Malwar Singh Thapa has called off three-day Nepal Bandh following six point agreement with government Sunday afternoon.
Janamukti Party had announced three-day Nepal Bandh starting from today. The party called off strike after the government agreed to address its five point demands including timely promulgation of the constitution, implementation of secularism and constitution with federalism based on identity among other. Similarly, the government has also agreed to release Janamukti Party cadres immediately who were arrested while enforcing bandh.
Talks were held between a government team led by Minister for Peace and Reconstruction Satya pahadi and a team of Janamuki party led by vice chairman KP Palung at the ministry.
Earlier today, the bandh left partial effect on the life of people across the country. However, the bandh did not affect Kathmandu valley with market places, schools and offices functioning normally. nepalnews.com