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Rajendra Mahato quits LSP Nepal

Kathmandu, 26 Feb: Senior leader of Loktantrik Samajwadi Party (LSP) Nepal Rajendra Mahato, one of the senior leaders of the Madhes-based politics, quitted the party by organizing a news conference here Monday.

Leaving the LSP Nepal, he announced a new campaign called ‘Rastriya Mukti Kranti’. Mahato, who served ministerial portfolio several times after, was dissatisfied with the LSP Nepal leadership since some months ago.

On the occasion, Mahato told the media that he would continue his political journey by waging campaign and struggle despite resigning from the LSP Nepal.

Regarding the reasons for resigning from the party, he argued that the LSP Nepal could not work to end deadlock in the party as per the aspirations and expectations. “The party could not work for Madhes and citizens of the country. So, I started new revolution by quitting the party (LSP Nepal),” according to Mahato.

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