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The five agitating political parties are planning to make their movement so aggressive that, they claim, the entire nation will come to a grinding halt. "All the five parties have decided to call their activists and the people to Kathmandu," said People's Front Nepal's Lila Mani Pokhrel. The tentative launch date is the first week of September. The biggest party among the five, UML, has already asked its workers to be present in the capital by the end of this week. The Nepal Sadbhabana Party have made a similar call. "There will be a typhoon," warns UML general secretary Madhab Kumar Nepal. "The seventh round of our movement will be costly for the regressive forces." On the agenda are shutdown strikes, keeping taxpayers from paying taxes and obstructing government. The parties want the private sector to participate. "The parties' leaders have asked us to close down our factories," said FNCCI's Chandi Prasad Dhakal, just after a meeting with GP Koirala.


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