Kathmandu, Feb. 19: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has launched its pressure campaign with the demand of referendum on federalism, Hindu state, and monarchy. A roundtable conference was imperative to discuss the political issues, it argued.
The campaign that began with a rally from New Baneshwor converged at Maitighar. Addressing the gathering, Chairman Kamal Thapa said the properties stashed illegally in the banks abroad must be brought back to Nepal as a step to end corruption. Those depositing the amount must be brought to book, he added, arguing that Sanskrit education needs to be made compulsory subject in the secondary level.
The campaign would be expanded across the country with various programmes throughout this Fagun month.
On the occasion, leader Buddhi Man Tamang viewed that the government must pay attention to the 22-point memorandum submitted to it.
The communities having poor economy must be ensured reservation, he added. RSS
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