Ck Raut And Government Agreement

The Asian Commission on Human Rights has declared that everyone has the right to freedom of speech, movement, peaceful assembly and unity, to the fundamental rights of all human beings everywhere, as mandated by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, of which Nepal is a signatory, we expect the State and its organizations to recognize and recognize our rights. [1] The AHRC calls on the Nepalese government to immediately release Dr. Chandra Kant Raut. The AHRC fears possible torture, harassment and other ill-treatment during its arbitrary arrest by Morang police. [16] Amnesty International has also written a letter to Nepal`s interior minister calling for the release of raut. [17] The party calls for the massive entry of 30,000 Madhesis into the Nepalese army, in accordance with the previous agreement between the government and then Samyukta Loktantrik Madhesi Morcha on 28 February 2008. It also calls for a “referendum on key issues” but has yet to indicate what these issues might be. Other agendas of Raut`s party are the fight against corruption and good governance, the right to self-determination and various citizenship issues. The Nepalese government and CK Raut of the Free Madhesh Coalition have signed an 11-point agreement that helps Raut enter politics, and Resham Chaudhary, a provincial government member, was sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of police officers during a riot nearly three years ago. Here are some of the news that has made headlines in Nepal over the past seven days. KATHMANDU: coordinator of the Independent Madhes Alliance and The Free Activist of Madhes CK (Chandra Kant) Raut today reached an agreement with the government with eleven points. He would try to create a party in Madhes to vouch for Madhes` rights. But this agreement between him and the government will not benefit Madhes. Madheshi leader CK Raut signed an agreement with the government on Friday and agreed to end the movement he had carried in recent years and called for the Madhesh region to be separated from Nepal and established as a separate country.

But Vijay Kant Karna, a professor of political science at Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, the capital, said: “The agreement between Raut and the government has nothing to do with the theme of Madhe or Madhesis.” Raut received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Cambridge University and has worked in various private companies in the United States. He returned to Nepal in 2011 to create a Madhes independence movement. The young Madhesi were immediately attracted to this teenage guide who had apparently given up a comfortable life in the West for the cause of Madhes. His unrestrained clashes with Kathmandu`s “racist” government, which led to his repeated arrests, continued to fuel his popularity. But the common consensus in Madhes is that Raut is gradually losing ground after the agreement with Oli. The recent union between the two main Madhesi forces – the Rastriya Janata Party Nepal and the Federal Socialist Party – has exacerbated the challenges of the Janamat de Raut party. The Janamat party is now busy laying the groundwork for the next round of municipal, provincial and federal elections. “There are strong presumptions that he went to the government,” Karna said.