Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) Chairperson Kamal Thapa has suggested the new coalition government should prioritise bringing political stability, maintain peace and security and provide COVID vaccines to all the citizens.
In another context, he warned that there is the likelihood that the state could face a serious crisis due to external forces and religious conversion against people's wishes in place.
The leader was addressing the gathering of party cadres on Wednesday in Hetauda in Makawanpur district.
He expressed the commitment to establish the party as an alternative force through its general convention so as to guide the country through a political democratic culture.
On the occasion, other RPP leaders Rajaram Bartaula, Nawaraj Bista, Guru Prasad Sapkota and Sagar Thapa underscored the need for the party to choose an efficient leadership through the next party general convention and for party leaders and cadres to stay away from groupism and become responsible to keep the party united.