RPP-N demands apology from government

- POST REPORT, Kathmandu

Oct 29, 2014-

Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal (RPP-N) has demanded an apology from the government for evicting the members of Nepal Vedic Sanatan Hindu Struggle Committee who were staging hunger strike at Shantibatika in Ratnapark demanding for a Hindu nation.

Issuing a statement on Wednesday, RPP-N also asked the government to release the committee members who were detained for resisting to leave the area where they had been staging the strike for the last six months.

RPP-N has decided to submit a memorandum to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala on Thursday and issue a 24-hour ultimatum to the government to apologise for Tuesday’s incident. The party has threatened to obstruct the business of the Legislature Parliament if its demands are not addressed.

RPP-N has claimed that it is a fundamental right of every individual to stage a peaceful protest. The party has accused police of using unnecessary force to drive away the people who were staging peaceful protest.

Published: 30-10-2014 09:36

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