Kavrepalanchowk : Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Chairman Kamal Thapa has urged the incumbent government to ensure smile and happiness in people’s face.
Inaugurating a two-day training organized by RPP for its cadres and leaders here on Friday, Chairman Thapa also urged the government to consolidate democracy. Thapa, also the former Deputy Prime Minister, warned that public could seek for alternative if this government failed to ensure the changes the people had demanded.
He clarified that RPP was not against the constitution of Nepal and against the governance system. “Secularism is a social and cultural concept. It can be changed if it fails. But the sovereignty vested on people cannot be changed or revoked,” he reminded.
Stating that the RPP was a party that was committed to the supremacy of public and democracy in letters and spirits, the leader shared that the RPP cadres would return to their respective villages and expand the political organization.
On the occasion, senior leader of the party Deepak Bohara and senior Vice-President Buddhiman Tamang said the party would be further unified.