KATHMANDU, Aug 1: President of Nepali Congress, the main opposition party, Sher Bahadur Deuba met the campaigners of “Enough is Enough” at Basantapur on Saturday, expressing solidarity with the campaign.
KATHMANDU, July 31: Police have arrested independent youths affiliated to Enough is Enough Campaign who were protesting peacefully in Baluwatar, demanding transparency and accountability from the Oli-led government. Nepal Police used force to disperse the crowd.
KATHMANDU, July 30: Bibeksheel Nepali Party has demanded that the Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Health and Population apologize with "Enough is Enough" campaigners, and step down from their ministerial posts.
Iih, once again is in indefinite Satyagraha until all the demands are fulfilled for a better COVID-19 response to save the lives that are at risk due to the government’s continual incompetence. He says, “The Satyagraha is open to all who wish to join and do their bit to save lives before it is too late and it is time for youngsters to speak up.”
KATHMANDU, July 18: Accusing the Ministry of Health and Population of making no significant efforts to bring reforms in the ways to fight the pandemic of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the country, the ‘Enough is Enough’ campaigners have started Satyagraha (relay hunger strike) from Saturday afternoon on the Basantapur Durbar Square premises.
KATHMANDU, July 16: Youth protesters from the ‘enough is enough’ campaign have yet again hit the streets in order to jog the government’s memory regarding the agreement reached between them and the government on June 7. Joining the protest in front of the ministers’ quarters in Pulchowk, Lalitpur, this morning most of them were seen holding placards that read ‘implement the agreement’.
Public accountability is the key to any successful government. When the government fails to fulfill public accountability, the opposition political parties take hold of this agenda and pressurize the government to heed to public attention. The role of civil society is crucial at this juncture to warn the government and force it to focus on social justice and public accountability.
KATHMANDU, July 5: It has been 10 days since Pukar Bam, 32, last ate and drank something. When Republica reached HAMS Hospital to meet Bam on Saturday, he could barely talk. He had no energy in him. A life sustaining fluid was being injected into his body to keep him alive.
KATHMANDU, July 2: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli visited HAMS hospital in the capital to take stock of the health condition of a group of youths affiliated to the "Enough is Enough campaign" on Thursday evening.