Chairman Kamal Thapa of Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal claims that his party amply possesses the might to enthrone erstwhile monarch Gyanendra Shah.
Thapa's day dreaming exercise begins.
"We are aware of our power. We can anytime bring the erstwhile monarch back from Nagarjun Jungles to Narayanhiti Royal Palace," he said this while addressing the party's first national convention held in Kathmandu, Saturday May 24, 2014.
He also claimed, "We will however, abide by the rules of the game. We are confident that we will get the needed peoples' mandate."
Changing tones every now and then.
And what about the support from across the border?
Talking on the issue of secularism he said, "We will not accept the new order that is aimed at undermining the identity of eighty per cent Hindu population in the country. We are ready to sacrifice ourselves for restoring the Hindu identity."
"Under pressure from foreign forces republican, secular and federal order had been imposed on the country by the Nepali Congress, Unified Maoists and United Marxist Leninist."
Among guest speakers present on the occasion Minendra Rijal of Nepali Congress held that his party will ensure that RPP-Nepal is not marginalized from the constitution drafting process.
Minister Dr. Rijal is taken as "Mobile phone" minister. With due respect, Minister Rijal behaves like a child at times.
Similarly, Surya Bahadur Thapa-the one who the other day declared his resignation as the Chairman of Rastriya Prajatantra Party said that Nepali Nationalism is at its lowest ebb and that timely constitution is urgent to resolve issues confronting the nation.