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To stop Oli's arbitrary tendency, election is necessary: Thapa

Hetauda: RPP Chairman Kamal Thapa has said that everyone should abide by the decision of the Supreme Court. Stating that the Supreme Court should give further explanation to remove the ambiguity regarding the dissolution of the parliament, Thapa expressed the view that the election would be suitable for political peace and stability. Stating that elections were also needed to end the failure and arbitrariness of Prime Minister KP Oli, Thapa said, "Congress did not have the mandate of the people to form a government by forming an unholy alliance. 

Speaking at a program organized at Padampokhari of Hetauda-13 today, Thapa, who is conducting an RPP campaign in toll plazas in his home district Makwanpur, stressed the need to move forward in a liberal manner as the politics of prohibition would lead the country to stagnation. Thapa stressed the need to rectify the flawed roadmap as the political roadmap of the last 14 years could not provide a way out.

 He was of the view that republic, secularism, and federalism were foreign agendas and should be discarded. "Let's not become the porters of foreigners, let's maintain a fundamental kind of state system and system, which should be based on consensus," Thapa said.

Stating that corruption, unemployment, and conversion would lead the country to further decline, Thapa said it was necessary to end this vicious cycle. Speaking on the occasion, leader Madhu Adhikari said that the RPP should now be elected by the people as the Congress Communist Party had failed and stressed strengthening the organization. Leaders Rajaram Bartaula, Guru Sapkota, Indira Dallakoti, Gunjan Neupane, Krishna Mainali, Damodar Wagle, Bhabnath Dulal, Chandra Lama, Kishore Mainali, Bhrigu Karki, and others were present in the program.

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