Kathmandu, 9 October 2015: Thousands of active youths participated for solidarity movement to bringÂ about Harmony Forever among Nepalese Â in the capital today. Movement was organized in the collaboration with various active Â social organizations of the valley. Â Youths strongly condemned the government of Nepalâ€™s apathy towards settling the genuine demands of Madheshis/Tharuhat and Janajati protests and violence and brutality to the civilians by the police working on behest of government. Mass of patriotic youth doomed the violent actions of the leaders and workers of the political parties leading Madheshi, Tharuhat and Janajati centric protests and the killing of innocent civilians and policemen. Youth sharply scolded for external Interference in the internal affairs of the country.
In the campaign youths made long human chain by holding each hand for strong unity and integration. They strongly and loudly appealed for peace and prosperity. They said; the promulgation of the New Constitution in Nepal has brought about mixed responses among citizens of Nepal from varied ethnicities. The protests in Madhesh and Tharuhat got violent and bloody that led to the death a large number of innocent civilians and police officials. We believe every death is regrettable. We believe citizens of Nepal are mature enough to discuss and settle any difference amicably. Yet the ongoing ethnic and racial verbal and political battles have made us all worried. We believe that majority of citizens of Nepal, no matter which part of Nepal they come from, want peace and prosperity, and not deaths and destruction. Weâ€™ve come together to carry forward the â€˜saneâ€™ voice of peaceful co-existence amidst this mindless battle for ethnic pride and superiority.
Youths requested government and political parties to welcome the demands of Madheshis/Tharus and Janajatis on the table. The government may or may not agree to their demands, but they have no right to kill innocent citizens. They said, we demand the government to sit in peaceful and meaningful dialogue with dissenting political parties, and not to use brute force against citizens.