Fresh reports have it that Nepal’s sidelined King Gyanendra Shah will also express his views associated with pains on the present political situation of the country while being in a four day trip to the western part of the country.
King Gyanendra will fly to Bhairahawa of Rupandehi district July 1, 2012, and travel to Kapilvastu, Nawalparasi and Butwal, it is reported.
A visit preparation committee has also been formed.
“The King will pay homage to Hindu temples around and also talk to the locals. We are all set to welcome him and remain in an excited state,” claims Basanta Shahi of the preparation committee.
To recall, two months back the former king had visited the far western region of the country.
Former King’s personal aides have already analyzed the situation in the districts and have provided him a clear nod for the trip.
It is reported that some royalists from Kathmandu will also take part in the four day trip.
Matured analysts opine that this trip of the former Nepal sovereign will have some visible impact in the current orphan politics of the country.
Juicy politics ahead, it appears.