After RJP-N, FSF-N warns to quit Oli government in Nepal

Kathmandu: Weeks after the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal walked out of the Government of Nepal, another party, Federal Socialist Forum- Nepal (FSF-N) has warned to quit the government if previously made agreements were not implemented.

Addressing the last parliamentary meeting of the winter session of Lower House of Nepal on Sunday, FSF-N MP, Rajendra Prasad Shrestha warned of walking out of KP Oli-led government if the demands were not met.

“About 9 months have already elapsed since the FSF-N came on board but the two-point agreement regarding the constitutional amendment which was signed on, do not seem to be taken forward for implementation,” said Shrestha.
“If that thing does not come in regulation the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal’s co-operation with Communist Party of Nepal also might break,” he added.

The party currently holds a ministry as well as has started dialogues and preparations for the merger with the Rastriya Janata Party-Nepal, the conglomeration of the disgruntled Madhesh-based parties.

The RJP-N on March 10 formally withdrew its support to KP Sharma Oli government after its demands were not met.