Nepali Congress leaders submit 1,061 signatures calling for Hindu nation to Sher Bahadur Deuba

Nepali Congress

Kathmandu, February 22

Nepali Congress leaders who are part of the campaign to establish a Hindu nation have submitted the signatures of 1,061 people to the party president, Sher Bahadur Deuba.

Lokesh Dhakal, the co-coordinator of the campaign, 42 central members, including former Dr Shanshak Koirala, have signed it.

Campaign members were collecting signatures from the first day of the Mahasamiti meeting, which started on Monday. In front of the Mahasamiti meeting hall at Godavari Sunrise Convention Center, the leaders of the campaign had set up a tent to collect signatures.

The agenda of establishing a Hindu nation, however, was not discussed in the Mahasamiti meeting.

In the previous Mahasamiti meeting as well, 714 people signed in favour of a Hindu nation and submitted it to the party president. Additionally, 22 central members submitted their signatures to Deuba along with the demand to include the agenda for discussion in the Mahasamiti meeting regarding the establishment of a Hindu nation.

React to this post


New Old Popular