First time after Nepal’s 240 years old monarchy abolished some six years back, if reports are to be believed then Nepal’s deposed King Gyanendra Shah will be making a public speech. Interesting!
Political speech of high voltage may boomerang, opine analysts.
Gyanendra will deliver his much publicized speech at a religious program being held in the district of Nawalparasi, November 6, 2012. This much has been given to understand.
The former King who is on a three day trip to the districts, arrived in Bhairahawa of Rupandehi, November 5, 2012. He had reached Bhairahawa via Road. Supporters of monarchy, local leaders and cadres of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal and commoners had welcomed him in Bhairawaha and en route.
On his way to Bhairawaha, Shah was greeted by general public in the districts of Dhading, Chitwan and Nawalparasi.
He also performed Puja at the Muktinath Temple located in Bahundanda of Dhading district.
Early hours on Tuesday, Gyanendra will be heading towards Nawalparasi, it is also reported, where reports confirm that he is scheduled to inaugurate the newly constructed building of Gorkhanath Temple.
In the mean time, local political parties in the districts of Nawalparasi and Rupandehi have heavily deplored the royalists for greeting the sidelined King as the country’s ruling head of the state.