HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: Unity Life International (ULI) members hope that the banned networking business will eventually be back in business as ULI officials are taking up the issues with relevant departments in the government as well as soliciting support of important political parties and leaders in the country, according to ULI sources.
The government may lift the ban on Unity anytime this month, they said. The government banned ULI in May 2010 after serious irregularities surfaced in the functioning of the company.
Over 6,00,000 Nepalis, around 4,00,000 in Nepal and 2,50,000 spread over 22 countries, are at the receiving end of the ULI fraud worth over Rs six billion.
Meanwhile, ULI members have been staging a hunger strike in front of party offices of the three major political parties since April 1. They have formed National Unity Unification Committee to lobby for the opening of the company.