Hetauda, June 17
Rastriya Prajatantra Party Chair Kamal Thapa today accused the incumbent government of trying to invite conflict in the country.
Speaking at a press meet organised in Hetauda, Thapa charged that the government had tabled superfluous bills in the Parliament to create chaos and conflict in the country. He said the bills tabled in the House against people’s aspirations were not acceptable to his party. “The government is hell-bent on inviting political conflict,” he added.
Thapa alleged that the government had tried to create ideological polarisation by tabling the Media Council Bill, Bill on Human Rights, National Security Bill and Guthi Bill in the House.
He held that the communist government had tried to prove its anti-religious character by tabling the Guthi Bill in the Parliament. “Communists call religion opium. They are trying to prove it right,” he stated. He demanded immediate withdrawal of the Guthi Bill.
A version of this article appears in print on June 18, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.