Encouraged perhaps by the increasing sympathy for the sidelined Nepal’s Royal institution for various seen and unseen reasons, former Nepal King Gyanendra is embarking on a “few days” trip to the western part of the country.
Very freshly, Nepal ex-King was greeted in Eastern Nepal which tentatively sent spine chilling waves in the vertebral columns of the champions of new republican order of Nepal.
The visit to western part is talked to begin March 29, 2012, from Dhangadhi. He will stay in Dhangadhi for two days, Nepali media report.
Several welcome committee(s) have been formed in Kailali and Kanchanpur already to greet the former Nepal King in a grand manner, it is stated.
On March 30, the former sovereign will make a short trip to Mahendra Nagar.
Local people around the area have been “formally invited” to throng to greet their former King in a befitting manner.
Gyanendra Shah during his Mahendra Nagar trip will pay homage at Siddha Baba Temple and also observe the local tourist destinations.
The former King in all likelihood will meet the staunch Royalists and is expected to take note of the prevailing political situation from the local leaders.
Paras Bahadur Singh and Hikmat Singh Bhandari are the ones who have been managing the entire affair in order to greet their former Monarch.