KATHMANDU: Agitating CPN-UML-aligned Youth Association Nepal (YAN) won’t be giving continuity to its strike from Thursday, as the all programmes of strike have been called off after YAN paid heed to the complains that daily life of the general people have been hit hard during the imposed erstwhile strikes .
YAN has also called for a vote tomorrow: for and against the government’s moves, said YAN Secretary Niraj Acharya.
The voting results will be issued, on August 19, prior presenting the analysis of presentation to the president, said Aryal.
“Taking into consideration the difficulty it would cause to the commuters we have called off the strike,” said YAN’S Acharya
Commuting on Thursday wont’ be a tough task for many office goersnow.
They were in strike demanding that the PM should step down and pave the way for national consensus government.
They had burnt PM in effigy ;imposed transport strikes torch rally ,as a part of the agitation programmes to topple the incumbent government, says YAN. But tomorrow’s case would be different”
However, Nepal police personnel might be mobilised to prevent any untoward incident
Though YAN said it will organise a nationwide strike on Tuesday and Wednesday also at the same time in the morning, it could not happen.
YAN has left no stone unturned to topple the incumbent –Maoist led government. Last week, they had staged a torch rally on Sunday evening from 15 different places in the city to exert pressure on the Prime Minister to resign.