18 February 2021, Kathmandu
As part of its agitation against the dissolution of the Parliament, the Prachanda-Nepal faction of the Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has formed a human chain around Tundikhel on Thursday.
The faction has decided to form a human chain around the open ground in Kathmandu from 4 to 5 pm on Thursday.
According to the Standing Committee of the Prachanda-Nepal faction Beduram Bhushal, a human chain is being set up to put pressure on Prime Minister KP Oli against his move to dissolve the House of Representatives.
Bhushal claimed that 10,000 cadres and leaders have attended the human chain formation.
The faction kicked off its fourth phase of protest programs from Wednesday.
The dissident faction has announced district-level protest programs from February 17 to 24.
Likewise, the faction has also decided to organize a ward-level protest program on February 19
Similarly, they are holding a signature campaign against what they said “regression” from February 19-27 in public places of Kathmandu and other major cities.
The faction is also organizing an interaction program in Kathmandu on February 20.
Likewise, they have also decided to hold a women’s protest program on February 21 against rape, murder, and other forms of violence against women.
Similarly, the Dalit Front of the faction is organizing a protest program in Kathmandu on February 22, and a protest program on February 23 that includes all backward communities.
The faction has also decided to organize a mass rally in Chitwan on February 24, which will be addressed by senior leaders, including Chairmen Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Madhav Kumar Nepal.
Likewise, the faction is organizing a protest rally in Dang on March 5, and a youth rally in Kathmandu on February 26.