The Nation, Nationality, Religion, Culture, and Citizen Rescue Campaign Nepal, led by businessman Durga Prasai, demonstrated its strength in Kathmandu on Tuesday.
Prasai had planned to hold a program at Tundikhel in Kathmandu. However, due to unavailability of the venue, the campaign obtained permission from the District Administration Office Kathmandu and held the program at the open square at Bhrikutimandap.
He claimed that former King Gyanendra Shah would also participate in the campaign’s annual celebration program. However, Shah is currently in Chitwan and will not participate in the program.
This campaign, enjoying the ‘moral support’ of both royalists and Hindus, has garnered endorsements from groups such as Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP) and RPP-Nepal, who have expressed solidarity with the cause.
During the program, supporters gathered at the meeting place after rallying from seven different locations in Kathmandu.
Prasai held a program in Balkhu, Kathmandu for the first time on Falgun 7 last year to advocate for system change.