Protesting in front of the Prime Minister, the meter badge victim said – make us an environment to live

18 March, Kathmandu. The victims of Meterbaz, who have been fighting for justice for 17 days in Kathmandu, met Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and pleaded for justice.

On Saturday, he held a mass meeting with the Prime Minister at Prime Minister’s residence Baluwatar and demanded justice by crying loudly.

One of the victims, Shyam, broke down in tears in front of the Prime Minister, saying that he was living as a tenant in his own house after being evicted by the meter utility.

‘We were thrown out of the house, our children could not study. I have to live on rent in my own house.

Garima Rai, a resident of Sirah Mirchaiya, told that the interest of two lakh rupees increased to 35 lakhs. Sujata Sah threatened to kill him and told the Prime Minister that he had dropped out of school.

I dropped out of school for 6 months, the village Thanedar didn’t protect us. Why did you keep him?’ He questioned the Prime Minister.

One by one the victims were narrating their woes to the Prime Minister while other victims sitting in front of the Prime Minister were crying.

The Prime Minister began his speech after hearing the complaints of the victims.

Source: OnlineKhabar

Himal Sanchar