The Chief whip of Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Ganatantrik Chandrika Prasad Yadav declared right at the parliament that revolt has already begun in Madhesh.
Yadav who looked highly charged following flurry of criticism made against his party chairman Jayprakash Prasad Gupta in the parliament for his remarks threatening to split Madhesh from the mainland Nepal.
“It will hardly take two months or slightly more than that for Madhesh to get totally detached from the state”, so said a highly frustrated Chairman Jaya Prakash Prasad Gupta the other day talking to journalists.
Yadav later corrected his remark and said, “Revolt has begun in the parliament. If it goes outside it will explode.”
Yadav got highly annoyed listening criticism from Ekaraj Bhandari of Unified Maoists, Arjun Joshi of Nepali Congress, Bijaya Kumar Poudel of UML and Chandra Bahadur Gurung of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal.
All the parliamentarians had demanded immediately sacking Gupta as the minister for information and communication.
By the way, minister Gupta is facing corruption charges and is being soon summoned by the Court for hearing.