Kamal Thapa warns of forming new political party
KATHMANDU: Rastriya Prajatrantra Party (RPP) former Chairman Kamal Thapa has warned of forming a new political party if his demands are not addressed till the announcement of the local level elections.
He said so during a meeting with the party’s office bearers, central members and former central members held in the Capital on Monday.
Vice-Chairmen Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan, Buddhiman Tamang and Roshan Karki and General Secretary Kunti Shahi attended the meeting.
“I will look for alternatives if the issues raised by him are not addressed,” he said.
Leader Thapa said that he is not in favour of splitting the party.
The former Chairman said he is doing homework to form a new political party.
Thapa further said that he would halt all the preparations if the party addressed his demands.
He urged the party leaders to mount pressure on party Chairman Rajendra Lingden to address his demands.