The pro-royalist parties organized rallies in the capital in a show of strength prior to the inauguration of the three-day general convention. The two parties are going to formally reunite from the joint general convention. The new party is named ‘Rastriya Shakti Prajatantra Party’.
As per the understanding, RJP chairman and former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa will head the unified party for one year after which the leadership will be held on rotation basis.
The party however informed that it would not follow the line of constitutional monarchy during the elections of the constituent assembly. The party informed that there is a possibility of making unity with the RPP-Nepal during the upcoming polls.
Meanwhile, addressing a program of the party in Doti area of Dadeldhura district, chairperson of RPP-Nepal Kamal Thapa informed that there is a need of some sort of monarchy in the country. Stating that the suspicious role of President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav has helped to make unconstitutional appointment, he stated that the existence of the country will be in danger if there was no monarchy in the country.
Amid Media reports that the former royalty is making preparations for the election of the constituent assembly, leader Thapa claimed that he has the support of former King Gyanendra.
Stating that the Chief Justice Khil Raj Regmi led government is not the mandate of the people, he demanded to scrap all the decisions and appointments made by the Regmi government. He also claimed that the four political parties have been dividing the parties into party of A and B category and started the culture of misunderstanding.
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