Likewise, districts of mid western and far western regions embodied the group of youths based at Surkhet district lead by Khagendra Puri organized several campaigns at Banke, Bardiya, Kailali and Kanchanpur district dated on 9th July to 14th July 2014. Campaigns conducted at those regional districts were an attempt to perceive the problems and expectation of the people about long awaited periodic election. Far western and Midwestern is the most underprivileged and deprived region of Nepal so, the hope of development flood backed up by the periodic election is prevailed in the nook and corner. People were found much excited and supportive to the agenda, one of the reasons was they also want to set free from existing problem of statelessness. Unlike, other campaigns, this group had also implicated materials and tools like Banner with definite message demanding local poll for development, broachers and books persuading public for questioning to authority for accountability, use of Meta card and questionnaire to perceive fundamental opinion of public about constitution and periodic election, Interaction and discussion with public. Finally, signature collection on the campaign banner was held and hanged at the local highway junctions for public acknowledgement.
Contributors: Khagendra Puri (Surkhet), Mohammad Rahaman (Nepalgunj), Nabin Silwal, Deep Jyoti Shrestha, Rupesh Karna (Janakpur), Sangita Chaudary (Kailali), Nipesh Khadka (Gulariya), Sarthak Singh Thakuri (Gulariya), Prabha Magar (Surkhet), Sachet Hitanga (Nepalgunj).