KATHMANDU, Dec 19: Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Chairman Rajendra Lingden has claimed that the party will be strengthened within the next six months by including the community that believes in the need of monarchy and a Hindu state.
At a congratulatory program organized by the party's District Working Committee in Birtamod, Jhapa, Chairman Lingden said that RPP had a larger expectation of people seeking change and development. He claimed that he would establish the party as a leading force in the country through the upcoming general election.
Stating that he became the party president not because of greed and ambition to be the chairperson but because he had the courage to bring change in the country, Lingden said that RPP would raise its voice from both the house and the streets and take the country to the path of quick development.
After being elected as the chairperson from the recently concluded general convention of RPP, Lingden had come to the home district for the first time. Recalling that in the past he had joined hands with the Nepali Congress and the Communists he said that he would not be biased towards anyone as to who voted for whom in the party's internal elections.
In the program, RPP Chairman Lingden and other members of the Central Working Committee as well as the leaders of Jhapa elected in the Provincial Working Committee were honored.