KATHMANDU, Sept 10: The CPN-Maoist on Monday submitted a 70-point demand to the government related to nationality, livelihood and ways to end the existing political imbroglio in the country.
A rally led by CP Gajurel and other Maoist leaders met Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai to submit their demands.
Receiving the demand, the PM said that few of the points included in the demands were just a publicity stunts and expressed inconvenience to implement them.
In reply to PM’s inconvenience, Gajurel reminded the PM that the demands raised by his party were one raised by the PM himself earlier.
The demand includes ban on Indian numbers plate vehicles in Nepal, scrap the controversial BIPPA signed between India and Nepal, ban on directly funneling funds for development activities through INGOs, corruption control and adopt measures to bring to book the tainted figures both in politics and bureaucracy after investigation, among others.