However, I am glad that there are some non-madhesi groups that are showing solidarity to the madhesi movement. It is very encouraging, and we still have hope for our country:
1) Indigenous community expresses solidarity with Madhesi movement
2) Sadbhavana warns of pull out
3) "Issuing a joint statement after a discussion in the capital on Friday, 32 noted civil society personalities, including intellectuals from Medhesi community, called upon the government to see to the demands of Madhesi groups without bias."
"..Those signing the joint appeal included Dr Sundar Mani Dixit, Padma Ratna Tuladhar, Charan Prasain, Prof Dr. Birendra Kumar Mishra, president of the Federation of Nepalese Journalists Bishnu Nisthuri and former Nepal Bar Association president Shambhu Thapa."
4) "Speaking at a press meet, civil society leader Dr. Devendra Raj Pandey said, “We will go to express solidarity with the genuine demands and urge protesting groups to maintain mutual harmony.”
"Pandey also informed that civil society groups have been putting pressure on the government to address the genuine demands of Madhesis."
“The genuine demands of Madhesis proportional election system and state restructure should be immediately addressed,” said one of the members of the group, Shyam Shrestha."
Hopefully, few bad elements that are giving genuine madhesi movement a bad name will not be successful.