Who are sabotaging the goal of Hindu Rashtra in Nepal?
ARMED POLICE DEPLOYED IN KATHMANDU TO CONTROL THE CLASH BETWEEN HINDU RASHTRA HARDLINERS AND THE SECULARIST IN NEPAL. IS KATHMANDU GOING TO BE A MILITARY CANTONMENT NEXT?
Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | New Delhi | Aug 27, 2015:: As per available source News from Kathmandu, there is a huge tension between Hindurashtrawadis (Hindu State Hardliners) and the joint allies of Secularists and Maoists around Nepalese Constituent Assembly complex. While the anti-national secularists and Maoists combinations took hold the western side approaches of CA Bhawan (Constituent Assembly complex), on the other hand, the Hindu State Hardliners and the RPPN (Rashtriya Pajatrantra Party Nepal) affiliates assembled in the eastern side of the Constituent Assembly premises, as the reports last came in.
Some 4-5 thousands demonstrators from both the sides gathered in a conflicting mood for registering their demands in a final stage of adopting the New Nepal constitution in some days obviously. The Hindu State activists want Nepal as a Hindu State with a definite recognition of the traditional Himalayan Hindu Kingdom. The Secularists and the Maoists demand a Federative Secular State in Nepal without recognising Nepal as a Hindu State. In the year of 2007, the Maoists in power introduced Nepal as a Secular State defying its Hindu Statue under the influence of China.
As per latest news, the huge contingent of Armed Police forces in Nepal took position to control over the situation. Various roads in Kathmandu approaching the CA Bhawan have been blocked with razor wires. Presence of huge contingent of Armed police in Kathmandu turned the city as like as a military cantonment. Civil life disrupted.
A day earlier, RPP-N Chairman Kamal Thapa blamed 4 major parties for current political chaos. He says, the four major political forces are inviting ‘political mayhem’ due to their petty selfishness. RPPN advocates a Hindu State in Nepal.
Tapa said in a recent meeting in Kathmandu that the current increasing public despair and ire regarding the constitution promulgation process and failure of the leaders to materialise the process had led the country to agitation.
Thapa, also the Home Minister during the last royal reign, argued that the incumbent government should make public those forces which were trying to sabotage the constitution promulgation process.
Thapa asked the Chairperson of the Constitution Drafting Committee, KP Sitaula, “Who are you to say that we cannot discuss about monarchy bearing a history of as long as 240 years?”
Mocking the Constituent Assembly (CA) members referring their role in the CA as an indecisive one, he asserted that the CA members had nothing to do with constitution drafting but merely nodding their heads in solidarity with the decisions made by the top four political parties.
He also claimed that the demands of a majority of Nepali people to reinstate Nepal as a Hindu State should be met and that the act of luring Nepalis to change their religion should be curbed.
The position in Kathmandu and in the other districts of Nepal are worsening due to violent public agitations by both the sides in favour and against Hindu Rashtra in Nepal. Experts say that Nepal is advancing towards an emergency like situation again under the guerrilla ploy of the Maoists and the Christian and Chinese collaborators.
NB. PICS ARE TAKEN IN DIFFICULTIES AND PUBLIC IS NOW PROHIBITED NEAR CA BHAWAN (CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY), KATHMANDU, NEPAL.
[Important Apology: The First feed of this news carried a wrong report of deployment ‘Army’ instead of ‘Armed Police’. It is due to inadvertence and a news compiled from mobile conversation. Our reporter at the spot of Kathmandu was under crowded collisions and the recipient in Delhi got it in a disturbed noise. Although corrected the mistake, we beg apology to the viewers for this news malady, completely inadvertent. ~ Ed. Hindu Existence.]
[Pic. Courtesy: Dr Mitharam Bishwokarma and Dr J B Pathak.]