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  • Only Congress raises genuine issue of Madhesh : Mahendra Mishra
    Only Congress raises genuine issue of Madhesh : Mahendra Mishra

    There were a lot of conspiracies hatched against the party during the elections. I thought that there was Congress from Dhanunsha, Mahatri and other districts of the country, left parties, Madhesi parties and all other parties was enemy of Congress. All went towards the defeat of Nepali Congress.

  • New government should keep balance ties with both neighbors : Dr. Hari Bansa Jha
    New government should keep balance ties with both neighbors : Dr. Hari Bansa Jha

    The new provincial government to be formed in Madhes should focus in agriculture because it is back bone of Madhes. Then it should develop irrigation. There is also a possibility of tourism industry in Madhes. It also needs to pay attention. Also, industrial sectors also need to be developed. Since the state government has only a few powers, it is not possible to uphold the economy.

  • Madheshi alliance to make government in Province-2 : Surendra Mahato
    Madheshi alliance to make government in Province-2 : Surendra Mahato

    Madesh alliance has also the purpose for making its government in Madhes particular in Province-2. The alliance of RJP and Forum can get a position to make the government there. This coalition has also been formed to attract people in the election.

  • India is a boon as neighbor - Arvindra Mishra, Senior journalist and analyst
    India is a boon as neighbor - Arvindra Mishra, Senior journalist and analyst

    The relationship between each other would be good that they to give security to different types of security from border infiltration. Another thing India is surrounded by three areas, China is from one area. The relationship would be strengthened if the politics is done by this.

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