TOKYO (Japan), Feb 19: Nepalis currently living in Japan have urged political leaders to respect the sacrifice of martyrs and democracy fighters, who laid down their lives for the achievement of the democratic system in Nepal.
At a program organized by the Nepali embassy in Japan on the occasion of 67th democracy day on Saturday, speakers called for respecting the feelings of martyrs and democracy fighters who fought against the oligarchic Rana and party-less Panchyat regimes.
Speaking at the program, Minister for Industry Navindra Raj Joshi opined for a strong harmony in the society to enjoy the rights achieved from the various political movement.
CPN (UML) central member Thakur Gaire stressed on implementing the constitution.
Similarly, charge' d'affaires at the embassy Krishna Chandra Aryal praised the solidarity among the sister wings of the political parties and different Nepali organizations active in Japan.
Similarly, representatives of Non-resident Nepalese (NRN) Association in Japan also stressed on the unity among all sides of people there.
NRN vice chair Bhawan Bhatta shared that the tourism sectors could be promoted if a single Nepali living abroad inspired at least three foreigners to visit Nepal.