KATHMANDU: The fourth largest party in the Constituent Assembly Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal on Sunday announced nationwide struggle to create pressure for reinstatement of Sanatan Hindu state. RPP-N’s struggle plan has come at a time when the CA is making final preparations to draft a new constitution. Organising a press conference at its new central office in Dhumbarahi to unveil the decisions of the recent central committee meeting of the party, RPP-N Chairman Kamal Thapa said they would struggle for annulment of secularism, not to include the right to convert religion among the fundamental rights and for referendum on major contentious issues. Chairman Thapa said the party will hold demonstrations in all district headquarters on Tuesday in the first phase of its struggle and its indefinite Kathmandu Valley-centred struggle will begin from the third week of July. The party has also decided that its lawmakers will play an active role in the CA to establish the party’s agendas in the statute. Thapa said the party decided to forge working alliance or unite with like-minded parties or groups if necessary for a decisive movement. Besides, the party will be organising a grand religious conference in Kathmandu and launching campaigns to create awareness of Hinduism to end the absurdities remaining within the Hindu religion, including all kinds of discrimination.