February 2 Dhankuta.Narendra Kaschit
Former Minister of Industries Sunil Bahadur Thapa said that the democratic powers were united as the government was becoming liberal towards democracy.
Former Minister of Industries Thapa said at a press conference held in Dhankuta today that the future of democracy is in turmoil as the party is planning to attack the constitution of Nepal and challenge the constitution in the name of Biplop out of power.
The smell of communist dictatorship has started in Nepal, said former Minister Thapa, adding that party’s decisions should not be simplified in the state and federal government beyond the constitution of Nepal. Thapa alleges He said that he was proud to announce his martyrdom when he was a minister in the prime ministership of Sher Bahadur Deuba. Dhankuta’s Eleven national martyrs Former Minister Thapa accused the Communist government of disrespecting the government by providing communal services to only sixteen persons in Chintang, who had committed himself for the development of the Dhankuta.