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Forming a committee to negotiate with the agitating Mohi farmers

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The government has formed a committee to negotiate with the protesting Swargadwari Guthipidi Mohi farmers in Dang. The Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation issued a statement on Thursday and called for the postponement of all pre-scheduled programs of the movement and a call to come to the talks.

Stating that the Swargadwari Guthipidit Kisan Sangharsh Samiti has drawn attention to the agitation that has been going on in Dang's Ghorahi for the past few days, the government has formed a five-member negotiation committee under the coordination of Krishna Prasad Sapkota, joint secretary of the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation. The members of the committee are the Assistant Chief District Officer of the District Administration Office, Dang, the Chief Land Officer of Land Reforms and Land Port Office, Dang, one/one representative of Guthi Sansthan and Swargadwari Ashram. In addition to negotiating with the agitating parties, the

committee will present legal, practical and implementable suggestions for solving the existing problems based on the facts of the problem, past orders from the Supreme Court related to this matter, the demands of the struggling parties and discussions with other related parties, according to the statement issued by the spokesperson of the ministry, Ganesh Prasad Bhatt. is.

Farmers who have been using the land of Swargadwari Ashram in Dang have been protesting for a few days. Soon after the protest started in Dang, Minister of Communication and Information Technology and Member of the House of Representatives of Dang Region No. 2 Rekha Sharma requested the Prime Minister to solve the problem. He also raised this agenda in the last cabinet meeting.

Minister Sharma said that after continuous discussions, the Ministry of Land Reforms has formed a negotiation committee under the special instructions of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and now the agitating parties should come to the talks and start solving the problem. Informing that he has been continuously listening to the voices of the protest side since the beginning of the protest, he expressed the belief that after continuous discussions with the Prime Minister and departmental ministers, an atmosphere of dialogue has been created and now the problem will be resolved through dialogue.

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