India neighboring country ‘Nepal’ has formally announced that the country is forming its New Constitution on Sunday. It has been nearly a decade after the country ended a civil war. The President Ram Baran Yadav signed the document in Capital Kathmandu and all the Member of Parliament applauded for it. The document defines the majority Hindu nation as a secular republic divided into seven federal provinces
“I announce the presented constitution of Nepal, passed by the Constituent Assembly and authenticated by the chairman of the Constituent Assembly, effective from today, 20 September 2015, before the people of Nepal and We believe that the adoption of the new constitution has now opened the path for development of the country,” President Ram Baran Yadav said as he unveiled the statue in Parliament.
“I call for unity and cooperation of all at this historic moment,” he added. “The Constitution is the common document of all of us to protect our freedom, independence, geographic integrity, and sovereignty in people.” Meanwhile, Nepalese ambassador to India Deep Kumar Upadhyay maintained that the constitution takes care of the Hindu sentiments.
Thus all the Nepalese went off in celebration and fired crackers. Before the signing, clashes broke out between the security forces and a crowd of Madhesi people who had ignored the curfew to demonstrate in the town of Birgunj, in southern Nepal. The demand for a new charter was raised by Maoists rebels whose 10-year civil war ended with a deal of peace.