RPP slams government’s ‘autocracy’

Sindhupalchowk, August 6:

Chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Pashupati SJB Rana today warned of a revolt if the government “failed to improve its conduct.”

Inaugurating a conference of the RPP region No-3 in Melamchi, Rana said: “The RPP is ready to fight autocracy of the eight political parties.” He warned of a revolt if the government failed to solve problems plaguing the country.

“The eight-party government is functioning in an autocratic manner,” Rana said.

“We are having to face problems due to mistakes made by the royal regime and the eight-party alliance is now repeating the same,” he added.

He also accused the eight parties of practising monopoly.