Massive Protests to revive Hindu Rashtra again in Nepal.

published on February 23, 2010

It is now reported that the cadres of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N) have started a  sit-in protest  at  at Singha Durbar Durbar in Kathmandu Tuesday, February 23, 2010, demanding that Nepal be declared a Hindu state, referendum on some key issues to be incorporated in the new constitution including constitutional monarchy and federalism.

Reports came to the desk of Hindu Existence (HE) that the strike also paralysed the normal civic life everywhere in three districts of  Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and some places of other districts also. Spokesmen of RPP-N from Kathmandu conveyed HE desk that agitation for monarchy-Hindu Rashtra-federalism referendum will not be stopped until the goal is reached. They said the media propagated itself for the maoist-anarchist, “but the press is reluctant to highlight the people’s agitation in favour of HinduRashtra and ancient Hindu monarchy in Nepal”. One of the RPP-N spokesmen reiterated that “the common people Nepal has now disillusioned about the Maoist regime in Nepal”.

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