Kathmandu, November 8
Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Democratic Chairman Pashupati Shamsher Rana says he will continue his struggle to make Nepal a Hindu state again.
Speaking with journalists at a function organised on the occasion of Tihar in Kathmandu on Wednesday evening, Rana said Hinduism was a significant part of Nepal’s identity, therefore no one should try to get rid of it.
The leader said he still had the energy and courage to revive the Hindu state.
Meanwhile, Rana criticised the incumbent KP Sharma Oli-led government citing it failed to provide its strength.
“I don’t understand why the government could not do its works. It is mysterious,” he said, “Oli should be committed to fulfilling his promises.”
In another context, Rana said the talks being held for the unification of three parties of formerly unified RPP were heading towards the positive result.
Published on November 8th, Thursday, 2018 9:46 AM
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