KHOTANG, April 11: The Deputy Prime Minister, Upendra Yadav has threatened to leave the government if it failed to fulfil the agreement it had reached with Madhesi parties on constitution amendments or institutionalize federalism, inclusion and identity.
Yadav said so in a program organized by his party, Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal (FSF-N) in Diktel. “There are other existing issues on women, Dalit and minority groups that need to be addressed,” Yadav said. “We joined hands with the government because we believed it would resolve the issues. However, if that is not to be the case, we will leave the government when required,” he added.