Asia Pacific Summit: RPP chair Thapa says it's a conspiracy to destabilise Nepal

KATHMANDU: Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Kamal Thapa has said that the Asia Pacific Summit being held here holds ulterior agendas aimed at destabilising  the country's religious-cultural fabric.

Thapa, in a tweet posted this evening, said the government's involvement in hosting thesummit sponsored by controversial organisation allows continuity to a series of attacks being against Nepal's unique religious and cultural identity.

कथित एशिया प्यासिफिक समिटको आयोजना र त्यसमा नेपाल सरकारको संलग्नता नेपालको धार्मिक सांस्कृतिक पहिचान बिरुद्ध भैरहेको प्रहारको थप श्रृंखला हो।दुईतिहाई सरकारको दम्भको उदाहरण हो।यो कार्यक्रम त्यसै भएको छैन,यसभित्र नेपाललाई 'डिस्टेबलाईज' गर्ने षडयन्त्र लुकेको छ,समयमा नै साबधान रहौं

— Kamal Thapa (@KTnepal) November 30, 2018

"This is an example of the two-thirds majority government's arrogance. This programme has more to it than meets the eye, there's a hidden conspiracy to 'destabilise' Nepal behind it," said Thapa.

The RPP chair further issues a warning to stay careful while there still is time.

Thapa was the deputy to Prime Minister Oli during his first tenure in 2015.

The Asia Pacific Summit has run into controversy after it was revealed that it is being sponsored by Universal Peace Federation (UPF), a controversial Christian INGO involved in widespewid proselytism.