Kamal Thapa, the Chairman of RPP-Nepal has challenged the leaders of the major political parties to prove former King’s fresh declaration as redundant one.
According to Thapa, the political parties had converged at the private residence of Girija Prasad Koirala (rest in peace) when the movement was at its peak wherein they all had reached an agreement with the King and they had agreed to keep the Royal institution intact and which is what resulted in the King’s proclamation (Baisakh 11) which gave a new lease of life to the then dead parliament.
The decision to revive the dead parliament did not come alone with the solo choice of the King, says Thapa adding that “the revival of the parliament was made possible only when all the parties including the King signed a document”.
Thapa further revealed at a program in Pokhra, July 12, 2012, that whatever happened thereafter, including the revival of the dead parliament was accomplished as per and on the premise of the 1990 constitution existing then.
“It was this agreement which nowhere mention the abolition of the Nepali Monarchy”, Thapa beamingly announced.
Thapa opines that the country at the moment had become the hostage of some six to eight party leaders ( belonging to four parties in total) and predicted that the emergence of a stronger force had become all the more urgent.
He also asked the people to make sincere efforts in bringing back the Nepali Monarchy.
He warned that some people have begun demanding the revival of the now dead Constituent Assembly in order to push in the people’s constitution ( Janbadi Sambidhan), however, says Thapa, “we will not tolerate this misadventure instead our party will come to the streets for the revival of the 1990 constitution”.
“The current cyclonic political mess in all but the outcome of the 12 point agreement which the then agitating seven parties signed with the Maoists”, summed up Thapa.
However, Thapa did not mention as to where this 12 point agreement was signed for some understandable reasons.