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Devout Hindus in Nepal struggling for Hindu Rashtra, fasting unto death…..

Nepal Hindu Rashtra march Sept 1

Kathmandu tensed as pro-Hindu cadres marched in the prohibited zone with the demand of Hindu Rashtra. Police fire teargas, water at protesters in Baneshwor. 4 youths continue ‘fast unto death’ in Khulamanch in the demand of Hindu Rashtra in Nepal.

boneshworUpananda Brahmachari | HENB | Kathmandu | Sept 1, 2015:: Tension ran high after the cadres of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party- Nepal (RPP-N) and another group of Nepali Congress Faction led by former Home Minister Khum Bdr Khadka demanding a Hindu-state tried to march in the prohibited area on Tuesday.

Nepal Police lobbed teargas canisters and water cannon to contain the agitating mob nearing the restricted zone, demanding restoration of Nepal as a Hindu state. A huge deployment Armed police stranded the public life for hours in the locality.

The clash ensued after the two groups of demonstrators – one led by RPP-N and the other by Nepali Congress leader Khum Bahadur Khadka – entered the restricted area from separated places, shouting slogans for reviving the Hindus Rastra and Hindu Kingdom in Nepal.

Meanwhile, RPP Nepal cadres have organised a sit-in at the western side of Constituent Assembly (CA) building in Baneshwor.

The party took out a rally from Tripureshwor that finally converged outside the CA at New Baneshwor.

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RPP-N NDYU EXCO-member Abhishek Thapa told HENB, “Today’s program has been organised demanding the reinstatement of Nepal as a Hindu state.” Thapa further added, “Secularism was established without a proper mandate from people for the interest of limited leaders and groups connected with foreign counterparts. Now, we demand a referendum on issues like secularism, monarchy and federalism, if not Hindu Rastra in Nepal is not declared immediately”.

Also talking to myrepublica, a Nepal Police DSP stationed at the area surrounding the CA said that minimal pressure had been used while the demonstrators tried to breach the security forces’ cordon.

Many ‘Sadhus’ had also marched in the demonstration, but the Nepal Police thwarted them also as reported.

4 Hindu youth start fast unto death with demand to declare Nepal as Hindu Rashtra.

Fast unto Death for Hindu Rashtra Nepal

With the presence of Saints, Dharma Guru with their Sankalp,  4 Hindu youths, Sri Khem Nath Acharya, Sri Premnidhi Bharadwaj, Sri Sagar Katwal and Sri Kamal Prasad Joshi have started fast unto death at Khulmanch in Kathmandu since Aug 31. Twenty Seven (27) Hindu organisations are supporting this cause of Hindu Rashtra fasting, representatives of which may join in a rally fasting if necessary.  During the fast they will only drink water and won’t be consuming any food.

In a statement, the Hindu Rashtra Maha Abhiyan pledged the cause of fasting for declaring Nepal as ‘Sanatan Hindu Rashtra’, Ban on Cow Slaughter, Prohibition of Christian Conversion and Promotion of Sanskrit and Vedic Culture in Nepal.

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हिन्दु रास्ट्र स्थापनाको लागी युवाहरुको आमरण अनशन आज तेस्रो दिन पनि जारि

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2 comments on “Devout Hindus in Nepal struggling for Hindu Rashtra, fasting unto death…..

  1. Drrkd Goel
    September 2, 2015

    The VHP is lossing their image in world and other countries those are / were Hindu Countries- Read what about Mr. Vajpayeeji narrated by Mr. Dalut, Ex Advisor / RAW currenly about views of My. Vajpayeeji on Muslims=====
    Our Bharat Ratan Hindu Samrat Mr. A.B.Vajpayeeji never spoken against Muslims of India. Read current write up of Mr Dalut about Mr. Vajpayeeji of Vajpayee’s day as Prime Minister of India.=======
    IBNLIVE » INDIA
    Former PM Vajpayee called Gujarat
    riots a ‘mistake’, claims RAW ex-chief; recalls
    ‘goof up’ in Kandahar hijack
    Posted on: 08:01 AM IST Jul 03,
    2015 | Updated on: 8:12 am,Jul 3,2015 IST
    PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
    New Delhi: Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee
    had expressed his discontent over the 2002 Gujarat riots and called it
    “our mistake”, according to former RAW Chief AS Dulat. Dulat said
    this while recalling a meeting with Vajpayee.
    Dulat briefly mentioned about his last meeting with the former Prime Minister during
    which the BJP stalwart reflected about the 2002 Gujarat riots and said,
    “woh humare se galti hui hai(it was our mistake).”
    Recalling the 1999 Kandahar hijack, aid the Crisis Management Group “goofed up”
    the Dulat,who headed the external spy agency Research and Analysis Wing till 2000 before he was appointed as Special Advisor in Vajpayee’s PMO on Kashmir issue, said Vajpayee always believed that the post-Godhra riots in 2002 was a
    “mistake” and the grief was “clearly visible” on his face.
    The handling of the Gujarat riots when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the chief
    minister has been at the centre of a controversy.
    Recalling the 1999 Kandahar hijack, Dulat also said that the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah shouted at the then RAW chief Dulat for
    “hours together” during their meeting after a decision was taken to
    release three hardcore terrorists in exchange for the freedom of the passengers
    of the hijacked Indian Airlines plane in 1999.
    Dulat,the former head of Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), also said that Farooq felt the decision by the Union Government was a “mistake” and he had
    stormed off their meeting to call on Governor Girish Chander Saxena with an
    intention to resign.
    When the hijacking took place on December 24, the Crisis Management Group (CMG) “goofed up” the entire case by not immobilising the plane when it had
    landed in Amritsar. “No one was willing to take a decision and in that
    confusion no instructions were passed on to Punjab Police which had moved in
    its personnel. They carried on debating and the plane flew off,” Dulat
    said.
    Dulat said as the CMG agreed to release the three terrorists in exchange for the
    lives of the 155 passengers and the crew members members to end the 8-day-old
    hijack crisis, he was deputed to talk to Farooq in Jammu as two of them –
    Mushtaq Latram and Malulana Masood Azhar – were lodged in J&K.
    Recounting his meeting with Farooq, Dulat said “he shouted at me for hours together
    saying this was a mistake being committed by the Centre. After he ventilated
    his anger, he stormed off to meet Governor Girish Chander Saxena with an
    intention to resign. However, the Governor calmed him down and Abdullah
    eventually accepted the situation and agreed to the release of
    terrorists,” he said.
    Speaking about various issues related to Kashmir, Dulat said Rubayya Sayeed, daughter of state Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, was never the target of militants in 1989. “It was Saffia, daughter of Abdullah whom they wanted to kidnap.
    But, as Sayeed become the Home Minister in the V P Singh government, they
    (militants) decided to take her hostage,” he said, adding this was told to
    him by the militant who had planned the kidnapping.
    Recalling his days as Advisor in the PMO, Dulat, an IPS officer of 1965 batch of
    Rajasthan cadre, also said that there was a plan to make Abdullah Vice
    President in early 2002 and Omar Abdullah Chief Minister of the state.
    “The offer to make Farooq Abdullah Vice President happened at my residence at a
    private dinner and it was made on behalf of Vajpayee by Brajesh Mishra. Later,
    Abdullah told me that both Vajpayee and L K Advani and had reconfirmed the
    offer,” he said.
    However,Abdullah always had doubts whether the NDA government would fulfil this
    promise. “I don’t trust them. I don’t trust Delhi,” were the words of
    Abdullah to Dulat. The other problem was that Farooq becoming Vice President
    was part of an arrangement whereby Krishan Kant would become President.
    “When the latter didn’t happen the promise to Abdullah fell by the
    wayside,” he said.
    In another disclosure which Dulat has mentioned in his book “Kashmir: The
    Vajpayee Years”, he said that in early 1990s, self-styled Hizbul
    Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin had called local Intelligence Bureau chief K M
    Singh and sought his help in securing a medical seat for his son.
    “Singh approached Abdullah, who was the Chief Minister, and the work was done,”
    Dulat said and maintained that these favours are extended always with a hope
    that they would be converted into a surrender of the terrorists. This is done
    world over by all the spying agencies,” he said.
    He also recalled that Vajpayee had called on Congress President Sonia Gandhi and
    asked her to ensure that there was no tie up with Mufti Sayeed in government
    formation.
    The reason for this, according to Dulat, was that Sayeed was more comfortable with
    Jamaat-e-Islamia, the political wing of Hizbul Mujahideen and that his daughter
    Mehbooba had links with the terror group itself.
    As a result, during a visit to Srinagar in April 2003, Vajpayee insisted that
    Mehbooba should not be on the stage with him and Mufti Sayeed, he said.
    Speaking about the separatist leadership in the state, Dulat said the Mirwaiz Umer
    Farooq was one such leader who could be roped into the mainstream. “But he
    is a scared person and fears for his life,” he said.
    About the Sayeed-Abdullah relationship, Dulat claimed that Sayeed has a complex about Abdullah. “He is in awe of him (Abdullah) and sees himself as socially
    inferior,” he said.
    About the failed Agra summit, Dulat said that a meeting Advani had with Gen. Pervez Musharraf the night before soured the atmosphere. This is when Advani surprised Musharraf by asking for Dawood Ibrahim. This took Musharraf back and a shadow was cast thereafter on the Agra summit.
    “Yaar,hote-hote reh gaya. Ho gaya tha, woh toh,” he recalled Mishra telling him
    after the failure of summit and added that he was “palpably disappointed”.
    Talking about the role of Brajesh Mishra, Dulat said he “virtually ran the
    government” during Vajpayee’s Prime Ministership.
    “Mishra was more powerful than the home minister (Advani). This made for an
    uncomfortable relationship between Mishra and Advani. Vajpayee readily
    acquiesced to this power arrangement which made Mishra more powerful.

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  2. shibu deb
    September 3, 2015

    Nepal Hindu country ghosit kare..it’s a public demand… Nepal govt……bidesi agent hatao ….Nepal hindu Rashtra hai.

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