According to Chairman Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, the National Armed Forces could take over the nation’s charge immediately after May 27 deadline for constitution drafting expires.
“The constitution will not be drafted within the stipulated deadline. It is certain. In such a situation, the Armed forces could grab the state power,” addressing a press meet on Sunday March 11, 2012 in Ithari, hinted Thapa.
“There are two forces equipped with army and weapons. One among the two forces will capture the state;” Thapa declared and continued, “Which one will prevail over the other is not predictable at the moment.”
Degrading the Nepal Army?
“Our party has the peoples’ support. We are not equipped with weapons. We will nevertheless continue to fight for the revival of monarchy in a peaceful manner.”
“The people have very well understood that Nepal without monarchy will continue to remain in an unstable state. The monarchy will eventually be restored with all its pride and glory,” Thapa concluded.
Thapa’s BHAKTI must be admired.