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Unity of the two Madhesi parties could be hamstrung by a lack of coherence among their leaders

Analysts are wary of welcoming the unification of the two Madhes-based parties as they see it as a reactive move rather than a unity born out of shared agendas.Unity of the two Madhesi parties could be hamstrung by a lack of coherence among their leaders
The unified party is now called the Janata Samajbadi Party, Nepal and its leaders say they want to turn it into a strong alternative political force. Photo Courtesy: Bishwadeep Pandey/ Twitter
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Anil Giri
Published at : April 29, 2020
Updated at : April 29, 2020 07:23

Anil Giri

Anil Giri is a reporter covering diplomacy, international relations and national politics for The Kathmandu Post. Giri has been working as a journalist for a decade-and-a-half, contributing to numerous national and international media outlets.


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