RPP for Hindu State, Constitutional Monarchy reinstatement: Thapa
POKHARA: Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party and Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa has asserted for the reinstatement of Hindu state and constitutional monarchy in the country.
He also said that the RPP would hit the parliament and the street to establish their agendas.
Addressing a programme organised by the party in Pokhara Lekhnath Metropolitan city on Sunday to console cadres after the debacle seen by the party in recent elections, Thapa said the party would not relinquish from its agendas.
"RPP would not refrain from the agendas of establishing Hindu state and constitutional monarchy, as symbol of national unity, associated with Nepal's identiy and its sovereignty," Thapa added.
He also reiterated the fact that RPP bats for a directly elected executive head.
DPM Thapa accused other political parties of disseminating negative information about RPP's agendas in the elections. He urged the cadres to reach out to far flung areas to make people aware about the party's agendas.
Thapa urged the party cadres to take this result as an opportunity to expand party's formation to establish their agendas in general public.
"We should not be deterred by the election outcome but rather take our agendas to people so that we could succeed in upcoming polls," Thapa reiterated.
"Majority of people favour Hindu state and constitutional monarchy and we must work on these agendas. It was a mistake joining the government time and again," Thapa lamented.
Thapa further stated that RPP wants to create harmony among people residing in the hill, plains and mountainous regions in the country.
In the recent polls, Thapa, who contested from Makwanpur-1 for the House of Representatives, faced defeat at the hands of left alliance's common candidate Krishna Prasad Dahal.