Hetauda: Chairman of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), Kamal Thapa, has urged the political leaderships not to give speech in a way it incites religious clash.
At an orientation programme organized by RPP training department here Monday, Chairman Thapa reiterated that such statement could not contribute to stability and strengthening of democracy. “As 91 percent of the total population in the country is Hindu, no political party could violate citizen’s religious freedom,” he said, announcing that his party was launching a struggle to ensure Nepal as a Hindu state.
He suggested the present government led by NCP that it put in priority the infrastructure development and economic prosperity by giving up arrogance and impractical ambition. According to him, his party would expand its organization in all seven States and develop party as an alternative democratic force in the country. He urged the party cadres to reach people’s door for it.
On the occasion, Joint General Secretaries of the party Rajaram Bartaula and Bhakti Prasad Sitaula pointed out the need of strengthening party organization to make it a nationalistic force. The two-day orientation is attended by 175 representatives of the party.