“Solidarity for hindu kingdom isn’t foreign intervention”

Kathmandu: Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP Nepal) chairman Kamal Thapa has argued that the foreign supports for the movement to restore  hindu kingdom in Nepal cannot be called as an intervention. Speaking at a face-to-face interaction programme organised by Reporters Club Nepal today, he claimed that more than one billion Hindu followers thorough out the world have expressed their solidarity and support towards the movement for reviving hindu kingdom in Nepal.

“The desire of the hindus across the world to see Nepal as a hindu kingdom cannot be termed as an intervention,” he said adding that the movement has won the accolades not only from hindus of India but all over the world. Claiming that his party will rise as a decisive force after the election, he vowed to revive hindu kingdom in the nation. He said that his party will play a decisive role in the constitution drafting process where monarchy, CPN-Maoist and democratic forces can fit together.  Thapa argued that the CPN-Maoist-led alliance exited from the poll process due to the totalitarian attitudes of the four major parties.
Thapa claimed that his party has emerged as an alternative to the UCPN (Maoist), Nepali Congress, CPN (UML) and other Madhes based parties. “People are dissatisfied with the behaviours of the major four political forces so they are now in a mood to cast vote to an alternative political force,” said Thapa.
“People are yet to decide on their choice towards the direct election system, while our party will garner the highest votes towards proportional representation system,” said Thapa.  According to his analysis, major parties are now on the defensive position while his party is moving ahead assertively to establish itself as a major political party through the election.
Thapa further said that the people have favoured agenda of hindu kingdom and democracy with monarchy after the parties failed to institutionalise the political transformation brought by spending 18 years and 1 hundred billion rupees.