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Madhes agitation will end after some changes in delineation of the federal

Chairman of the Federal Socialist Forum Nepal, Upendra Yadav, has said that the eight-point and 22-point agreement should be implemented before sitting for talks with the government. 
Addressing the ongoing sit-in of the United Democratic Madhesi Front at Bhittamod, the main border check point of Mahottari, today, Chairman Yadav said that the Madhes agitation would be ended only after some changes in delineation of federal provinces as well as some amendment in the new constitution. 
He said that they participated in the Prime Ministerial election as per their previous plan.

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