RPP to present memorandum to PM outlining demands for nationalism, development, and good governance

Kathmandu: The Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) has announced its intent to submit a memorandum to the Prime Minister on February 21, outlining a set of demands centered around nationalism, development, good governance, and improved service delivery.

In a meeting held on Wednesday, the movement mobilization committee, party officials, central members, district chairpersons of the Kathmandu Valley, heads of fraternal organizations, and other party bodies collectively decided to present the memorandum to address pressing issues affecting the nation.

As part of the demonstration, the RPP will organize an event in Kathmandu on February 21, coinciding with the submission of the memorandum. Additionally, RPP Spokesperson Mohan Kumar Shrestha revealed that a comprehensive plan has been devised for the same day. This plan involves presenting memoranda to the government through Chief District Officers across 74 districts of the country, accompanied by simultaneous demonstrations.

The Rastriya Prajatantra Party aims to articulate its concerns and expectations, seeking the attention of the government to address key aspects of nationalism, development, governance, and service delivery. The party’s proactive engagement through memoranda and demonstrations underscores its commitment to fostering positive change and influencing policies for the betterment of the nation.

The upcoming events on February 21 are expected to draw attention to the RPP’s stance on critical issues and serve as a platform for advocating their vision for a more prosperous and well-governed Nepal.