KATHMANDU, June 23: Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has demanded the government to scrap the controversial Guthi bill. The party, while publishing the decision made by the broad meeting of the central working committee on Sunday, strongly opposed the Guthi bill that would control and prohibit the Hindu religion, culture and tradition.
Similarly, the party has expressed its deep concerned over the ongoing conversion of the religion in an organized and well-planned way in the country. The party has warned the government of the second phase of protest if their 22-points demands are not fulfilled. Concluding that the first phase of protest was a huge success with the participation of the public, it has informed that the second phase of the protest will be more effective and successful to stimulate the government to listen to the party’s demand.
In another context, the party has said that it is always ready for the unification of the party. Speaking during the press meet, party’s chairperson Kamal Thapa reiterated that the party has already submitted a draft for the party unification and added that there is no need of further discussion on the issue in the central committee. The party has decided to hold the general convention on May-June of next year.
Chairman Thapa termed the government activities as totalitarianism and criticized the government of flourishing the nepotism.