KATHMANDU, April 13: Farm Workers Struggle Committee against loan sharks and fraud has halted negotiations with the government talks team.
After the final and decisive talks held at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) on Thursday, the negotiations with the talks team formed by the government were halted because the government talks team did not address their demands.
After not reaching an agreement, the Farm Workers Struggle Committee will continue the protest against loan sharks and fraud. Spokesperson for Farm Workers Struggle Committee against loan sharks and fraud Nirga Navin has said that the government talks team repeated the same old things during the five-day discussion and they had to stop the discussion because they could not accept them.
He said, “Farm Workers Struggle Committee against loan sharks and fraud had made six demands to the Nepal government. We spent five days negotiating with the government talks team. They were not positive towards the six-point demand. From today, we have halted the discussion by saying that we will not talk with the government talks team. They have said that we have become sensitive. We have asked them to discuss the six-point demand put forward by the struggle committee but they refused to do so.
Spokesperson Navin has accused the government of not paying any attention to the six-point demand of theirs.