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Transport entrepreneurs committees’ leaders released after they welcomed government decision
  Kathmandu, Nepal      May 06 2018


Kathmandu, Nepal: The leaders of the transport entrepreneurs committees, who were kept in police custody since Friday for imposing strike against of the government decision to cancel the syndicate system, have agreed on the government decision to scrap the syndicate on public transport.

Following the written agreement, all the arrestees including Nepalese National Transport Entrepreneurs (FNNTE) Chairman Yogendra Nath Karmacharya were released on Sunday. 

The government had arrested about 25 dozen leaders of the different transport entrepreneurs committees from across the country. 

In the agreement, the entrepreneurs have not only welcomed the government decision but agreed on the end of the syndicate from their own initiation. 

With the agreement, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) had directed all the Chief District Officers (CDOs) to release all the arrested transport entrepreneurs.