Election Commission of Nepal on Wednesday warned Deputy Prime Minister Kamal Thapa’s Rastriya Prajatantra Party not to speak or carry out any activities against it.Issuing a statement, the ECN expressed concerns over the Rastriya Prajatantra Party’s protest and its leaders public statements against the decision to remove Hindu state and constitutional monarchy from the RPP’s statute, THT report. The EC claimed while making the decision it was but carrying out its duties prescribed by Nepal’s Constitution and laws. In protest to the removal, the RPP leaders, including Thapa, have warned of pulling out of the government and boycotting the local level elections. Election Commission has been hurt by the activities like burning the Election Commission’s decision and issuing a statement against it by the party led by a senior member of the government, EC Spokesperon Surya Prasad Sharma said in a statement. “Expressing serious concern over the activities carried out to exert pressure not to work as per the law, Commission has drawn [RPP’s] attention not to repeat such acitivities in the future,” the statement read.
Nepal’s Election Commission warns Rastriya Prajatantra Party