November 21, 2017

Nepal’s pro-Hindu party, part of the ruling coalition

Nepal’s pro-Hindu party, part of the ruling coalition, on Sunday said it will table an amendment motion in the Parliament to reinstate Nepal as a Hindu nation, warning of massive street protests if the demand is not met.

Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), the fourth largest party in the Parliament, took the decision during the central committee meeting of the party chaired by RPP-N chairman and Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa that concluded in Birgunj in southern Nepal on Sunday. Party sources said RPP-N decided to move a motion against the provision of secular State in the Constitution and seek returning to a Hindu nation.

 

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