Published On: July 21, 2022 06:45 PM NPT By: Republica | @RepublicaNepal
KATHMANDU, July 21: Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Chairman Rajendra Lingden has accused the state system of becoming a pile of chaos and anomalies. Lingden said this while addressing the party’s central committee meeting held in Kathmandu on Thursday.
He claimed that nationalism is in crisis due to the inaction and failure of the ruling parties. He expressed concern over the increasing influence of foreigners in Nepal. Lingden claimed that Nepal has become a playground for foreign interference due to the servile attitude of the leaders of the major political parties.
He said that instability and geopolitical imbalance in the country are due to the servile attitude of the major political parties. Lingden accused the government of encouraging imbalance and anarchy.
He said, "Nationalism is in crisis due to the inaction and failure of the ruling major parties. Foreign manipulation and influence are increasing day by day. Nepal has become a playground for foreign interference due to the servile attitude of major parties. The government has encouraged imbalance and anarchy which has created instability. The geopolitical balance has been lost. Nepal has become a place of strategic competition between the powerful nations. In such a situation, there is a growing danger that Nepal may face another crisis. The state system has become a pile of chaos and anomalies. The ruling parties have turned a deaf ear. There is nothing but arithmetic to save the chair and stay in power.”
Lingden said that Nepal faces an economic crisis and there is a danger that another crisis may befall Nepal. He said that the ruling parties are busy with the arithmetic to protect their seats by turning a deaf ear to continue staying in power.
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