“We want monarchy revived only to save the country from annihilation,” claimed Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal and added, “An individual is not important but institution plays a vital role”.
Thapa was addressing a program in Chitwan, Friday April 22, 2012.
“The Constituent Assembly has been limited to being a rubber stamp. It has no right to take significant decisions or whatsoever. The so-called leaders of big political parties sit at luxurious resorts and chart the fate of the country”, Thapa told his cadres and added “The three party leaders have become autocrats. There is an urgent need to strengthen democratic forces in the country to get rid of the three party dictatorships.”
“People fought to end autocratic monarchy for six years in the past only to land into a dictatorial order,” Thapa also summarised.
“The RPP-Nepal believes that democracy with monarchy, Hindu state and rights to grass root level rather than federalism was needed to make the country strong”, he claimed.