Former DIG Ramesh Kharel resigns from Rastriya Swatantra Party

Kathmandu: Former Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Ramesh Kharel has made headlines today as he officially announced his departure from the Rastriya Swatantra Party (RSP). His decision comes amidst growing dissatisfaction over a recent request made by the party’s authority for clarification.

Taking to social media, Kharel revealed his resignation from the RSP, citing a shift in his personal beliefs and priorities as the primary reason. In his statement, he expressed that recent developments have led him to reassess his alignment with the principles and objectives of the party.

The catalyst for Kharel’s resignation appears to be a demand for a written clarification from him, stemming from his public criticism of RSP Chairperson Rabi Lamichhane. Sources suggest that Kharel’s refusal to comply with this demand prompted his decision to sever ties with the party.

Kharel’s departure marks a significant development within the RSP, especially considering his previous stance of declining a central committee membership. Additionally, it’s worth noting that Kharel faced defeat in the Bara district by-election held just last year.

As reactions pour in regarding Kharel’s resignation, speculation abounds regarding its potential implications for both Kharel’s political future and the RSP’s internal dynamics. Stay tuned for further updates on this evolving story.