Kathmandu, Sept 9: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP)-Nepal has decided not to participate in the ongoing constitution writing process.
Today’s meeting of the party’s work execution committee made the decision to this regard, said Joint General Secretary of the party, Rajaram Shrestha.
Shrestha said that the party decided to come out from the remaining process of the constitution writing due to various reasons after the people’s mandate given in favour of declaring country as the Hindu nation and agendas raised by the party were neglected.
He said, “The party had been participating in the constitution writing process even if it had put forth different opinions to end the existing transition by giving a political outlet to the country.”
Shrestha further said that they decided to remain separate from the constitution writing process as people’s mandate was completely neglected.
Likewise, RPP-Nepal chief whip Dilnath Giri met with CA Chairman Subas Chandra Nemabang and informed the partyâ€™s decision to pull out of the CA.
Giri handed over a written letter to the CA Chairman informing the partyâ€™s latest move saying that the party took such decision as none of the agendas raised by the party were addressed.