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Foisting foreign religion is not development: Chairman Thapa


BAGLUNG: Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party, Kamal Thapa, has said foisting foreign religion at the cost of Hindu religion is not development. Chairman Thapa expressed worry that growing Christianization in the country, which is home to 94 percent Omkar family, was unfortunate.

He said this at a programme in Baglung on Saturday. His party has been launching the second round of Mechi-Mahakali national campaign for the restoration of Hindu State.

Also the former home minister, Chairman Thapa viewed that although the country witnessed sweeping political change, people have not realized change in their lives. He argued that real peace was yet to be internalized in the country. “There is unbridgeable gap between rich and poor in the country,” he added.

The Chairman further said foisting foreign language being lured of money would not ensure prosperity because only Hindu religion would help live a dignified life. The Mechi-Mahakali campaign was organized to remain watchful over the encroachment upon the traditional Hindu religion, he stressed.

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