Continuing delay in holding compromise in between major parties of the country is making political environment favorable for some other form of political force to rise.
Pasupati Rana, the Chairman of the RPP, though did not however, explain whether the political force is the same as proclaimed by Chairman Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal or an imported one?
The rise of the new political force could further deteriorate the political situation of the county, explained the Rastriya Prajatantra party Chairman Rana.
He made these remarks while addressing a press meet in Parsa, October 7, 2012.
“Prolonged constitutional and political deadlock is forcing the country towards becoming a failed state. Inching closer towards becoming a failed state is making environment favorable for international forces to intervene in our internal matters. It is the responsibility of major parities to forge unity and stop the country from becoming a failed state.”
Rana also claimed that best way out from the present mess is to hold election under the leadership of an independent personality.