Yadav assures FSF-N's victory in 3rd round of local polls

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Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal's Chairman Upendra Yadav has claimed that his party will emerge victorious in the 3rd phase of local level elections being held in Province no 2 on September 18.

Yadav made the remark during an election training program held in Rajbiraj by Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal, Saptari on Thursday.

Stating that FSF-N is fighting for securing Madhesi people's rights, Yadav claimed his party will win in eight districts of Madhes in the backdrop of the belief entrusted by the people in his party.

He also hauled accusation that the 'centralized state rule and governance system' has remained elusive to the discriminated lot and the people in the backburner due to which elections held repeatedly have inflicted huge losses on Madhes.

Yadav said his party stands for Madhesi state within Nepal in the wake strengthening forces inclined to disintegration and disruption of communal harmony.

During the program attended by Forum Nepal, Saptari's Chairman, Dinesh Kumar Yadav, Forum Nepal's Central Chairman Yadav, Central Vice Chair and Tarai Madhes Province Coordinator, Renu Yadav, and another Central Vice Chair, Hem Raj Rai, trained the party cadres. RSS


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