Kathmandu, May 10: Nepali Congress has demanded strong action against the Maoists who are involved in violent attacks against NC workers even after the constituent assembly polls in the Himalayan Kingdom.
In a press statement here today, party Chief Secretary Shobhakar Parajuli said "Nepali Congress condemns the unpolitical acts like attacking of NC workers and arson at their houses and shops." He demanded that the government give appropriate compensation to those thrashed by the Maoists. Mr Parajuli said the Maoists have broken the limbs of Ram Lal Pariyar, an NC worker in Juga village in Rolpa in western Nepal.
They have also set on fire the house of another NC worker, Padam Niraula, in Sapteshwar of Khotang district, he said.
Nepali Congress and UML have accused the Maoists of creating terror in the districts even after the election of the CA last month.
UML has said that it would not join the government to be led by Maoists unless it mends its violent activities.