Kathmandu, May 23:
Minister for Information and Communications Raj Kishor Yadav Wednesday said that there would be no compromise with anyone on the Madhes issues even by an inch.
Speaking at central office of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Republic at Shankhamul, Minister Yadav, who is the co-chairman of the party, said that the party would pull out its support to the government, if the agreement on 11 states was not revised.
At the function organised to mark the first founding day of MJF-Republic, Yadav said that the country was at a critical juncture and his party would not back out from its stand on guaranteeing the Madhesi people’s rights.
"We will resign and rebel, instead," he said.
NC and CPN-UML were showing their indifference to the need of promulgating the new constitution as they did not budge from their stands on the election system.
MJF-Republic was actively working to push the Madhesi agenda, he said.
Party leader Raj Lal Yadav said there was the need of hard work to realize the goals.
Treasurer Surita Kumari Sah called for reviewing the past mistakes and moving ahead firmly.