Former King Gyanendra Shah (c) offers worship at the Makhan-based Pashupatinath Temple, in Kathmandu, on Wednesday, July 23, 2015. Photo: RSS

Former King Gyanendra Shah (c) offers worship at the Makhan-based Pashupatinath Temple, in Kathmandu, on Wednesday, July 23, 2015. Photo: RSS
KATHMANDU: Former King Gyanendra Shah said people's feedback collected on thepreliminary draft of the new constitution should be incorporated in the statute. Speaking with mediapersons after offering worship at the Makhan-based Pashupatinath Temple, the former monarch stressed on the need to make the new constitution a common document for all. He urged political parties and leaders not to neglect people's sentiments. Meanwhile, the World Hindu Youth Federation has performed atonement ritual at the Makhan-based Pashupatinath Temple wishing for national welfare. The Federation wished for eternal peace to those who lost their lives to the April 25 earthquake and its aftershocks. The ex-King also visited different sites including Hanumandhoka, Kasthamandap, Maru Ganesthan, among others today.