गृहपृष्ठ ∕ Politics ∕ Govt. withdraws cases of 120 accused of Tarai-Madhes movement Politics Govt. withdraws cases of 120 accused of Tarai-Madhes movement KathmanduPati April 28, 2021 KATHMANDU – The government has withdrawn the cases of 120 accused in 15 cases related to the Terai-Madhesh movement. The government had made this decision during the talks with the Janata Samajbadi Party. In a press meet organised at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to make the cabinet decisions public, Spokesperson of the government, Parbat Gurung, said that the government has started withdrawing the cases related to Tarai-Madesh movement and Nepal Communist Party-led by Netra Bikram Chand. Write your comments RELATED NEWS Presentation of bill delayed due to lack of quorum 1,063 members sign proposal of Hindu state in NC policymaking… Opposition lawmakers’ call-out on contemporary issues Unaccountability costing dear to governance: Home Minister Shrestha PM Dahal pledges to address issues pestering microfinance, cooperatives NC Mahasamiti meet: General Secretary Thapa’s call-out against pre-election alliance Top Headlines Nepal, India sign long-term agreement on electricity export, materializing MoU reached during PM’s visit1 NC, Maoist Centre discuss about NA election2 Govt. forms former-judge Poudel led probe commission to investigate Balkumari incident3 Dhakal recommended as SC chief registrar4 1.3 kilos of gold confiscated from TIA5 Manpower agency owner arrested for cheating more than Rs 1.9 million6 President expresses concern over ’emptying’ villages for lack of employment opportunities7 PM Dahal stresses on developing innovative agricultural system8 TRENDING Pathao, Tootle resume ride sharing services after authorities relax lockdown What Makes Prithivi Narayan Shah a Philosopher and a Truly Democratic King? A phone call that paved the way for RAW Chief’s visit to Nepal What role has the Nepal Army been playing in controlling the coronavirus? National Poet Madhav Prasad Ghimire no more Lockdown 2.0: What the Government should do this time around Impact of Social Media on Nepalese Society This time’s Teej, social distancing please!