The primetime question and answer programme brings people and their leaders together.
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Sajha Sawal launched in 2007, with the then Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala as a guest on the first programme. Since then every Prime Minister of Nepal has appeared on the show. Presenter Narayan Shrestha is shown here with Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal.
It was the first time Nepalese people had been able to question their leaders and hold them accountable.
– Sajha Sawal has an audience of 5.8 million people and is broadcast on national TV and over 200 FM stations.
Sajha Sawal travels around the country, reaching remote and marginalised populations, giving an opportunity to those who would not normally have their voices heard.
"How can the inequality between boys and girls be stopped in school?" audience member Shrijala Prajapati (15), Kathmandu 2008
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