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Sunil Bahadur Thapa and Thirty-one leader resign RPP, prepare to join Nepali Congress

Among the central members who have resigned are Bishnu Vikram Thapa, Baburam Basnet, Brij Lal Yadav, Padam Bahadur Basnet, Kiran Giri, Dilip Rai, Asharam Chaudhary, Chandra Kumar Gurung, Mrs. Rajyalakshmi Shrestha, Chaturman Bishwakarma and Ram Padarath Shah.

N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- Thirty-one leader, including former general secretary of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party and member of the executive committee Sunil Bahadur Thapa, have resigned from the party.

Among the central members who have resigned are Bishnu Vikram Thapa, Baburam Basnet, Brij Lal Yadav, Padam Bahadur Basnet, Kiran Giri, Dilip Rai, Asharam Chaudhary, Chandra Kumar Gurung, Mrs. Rajyalakshmi Shrestha, Chaturman Bishwakarma and Ram Padarath Shah.

Although they were formed with the objective of forming an alternative democratic party, they have mentioned in their joint resignation that they had to separate from RPP due to deviation in the party’s ideological and ideological beliefs.

The letter of resignation said that dissent against the constitution is still going on after the people lost public opinion due to the erratic policy of the leadership.

Stating that he will continue to support the liberal democratic approach and the democratic system in the country, he has announced to stay away from the posts and responsibilities of RPP at all levels from today.

There are 12 central members of the party who have resigned.

All the 31 people, including the resigned Sunil Bahadur Thapa, are engaged in final preparations for joining the Nepali Congress.

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