Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal was in Bardibas of Mahottari district April 13, 2012.
Talking to local scribes in Bardibas, Thapa once again declared that referendum should decide the fate of now sidelined constitutional monarchy, Hindu state and federalism.
“Our party has been observing that the so-called big parties are planning to complete the constitution drafting process in haste and in a trivial manner. We are certain that such a constitution will not be sustainable and could invite fresh conflict in the immediate future.”
“We are certain the constitution will not fulfill desires of the people”, Thapa continued.
“Our party will not take course of a revolt rather reach at every household to garner support in favour of the revival of monarchy”, claimed Thapa.
In the meantime, talking to Kalpit Parajuli of Asianews, former King Gyanendra Shah has complained that some senior political party leaders had betrayed him.
"A gentlemen agreement was reached between me and the senior political party leaders, which they failed to implement," he lamented.
"My role will be determined by the people's choice. For whatever role people choose for me, I have to be ready," the former King said in the media interaction and added, "We are not against other religions and we want co-existence, which will be the best model in Nepal. Majority Hindus should feel respect for other religions and cultural practices" because "this leads to religious harmony."
The former King talked to the catholic magazine on the occasion of Easter- Christian feast celebrating resurrection of Jesus Christ.