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राष्ट्रिय प्रजातन्त्र पार्टी

Rastriya Prajatantra Party

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Secularism a conspiracy between foreign powers and far left- Kamal Thapa

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Kamal Thapa's Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), campaigning on a platform of ‘democracy with monarchy’ and a Hindu state, won 24 seats in the Constituent Assembly (CA) to become the fourth largest party. This is a massive increase from the party’s four seats in the 2008 CA. Although RPP-N failed to win any seats on first-past-the-post, it garnered a sizeable chunk of proportional representation votes, especially in the Kathmandu Valley—11,013 votes in Kathmandu district alone. Pranaya SJB Rana spoke to Thapa about the RPP-N’s agendas, its stance on federalism and how much the party is willing to compromise on issues of the monarchy and secularism.  

Kamal Thapa's Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N), campaigning on a platform of ‘democracy with monarchy’ and a Hindu state, won 24 seats in the Constituent Assembly (CA) to become the fourth largest party. This is a massive increase from the party’s four seats in the 2008 CA. Although RPP-N failed to win any seats on first-past-the-post, it garnered a sizeable chunk of proportional representation votes, especially in the Kathmandu Valley—11,013 votes in Kathmandu district alone. Pranaya SJB Rana spoke to Thapa about the RPP-N’s agendas, its stance on federalism and how much the party is willing to compromise on issues of the monarchy and secularism. 

Click the following link for full text of the interview

http://www.ekantipur.com/2013/12/30/interview/secularism-a-conspiracy-between-foreign-powers-far-left/383144.html