Determining Province and boundaries must be scientific
The participants in the program stressed that the determining boundary and province must be scientific.
The participants in an interaction program organized by INSEC on January 30 said that the major problem at present is because of not being able to do provincial demarcation based on identity and capacity.
Speaking at the program, INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel stressed on bringing that community forward based on proportional inclusion, which are poor, Dalit and not in access to the state.
NHRC member Sudeep Pathak said that the issues of Madhes and nations campaign initiated by INSEC are relative at present scenario.
The program was organized by INSEC to analyze the demands of Madhes regarding province, boundaries and autonomy.
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