Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Democratic) has unveiled election manifesto promising to safeguard ancient religion, cultures, norms and values, and traditional institutions. The manifesto however has not made clear what it intends by the traditional institutions but has advocated for Nepali identity as a Hindu state with complete religious freedom and equality among all religions.
The party has kept in priority to the strong nationality, robust democracy and dignity of Nepalis, pluralistic democracy with respect to tradition, poverty and corruption-free society, prosperous and welfare state with good governance. Similarly, the party has committed to marking National Unity Day on Push 27 on the birthday of Prithvi Narayan Shah.
Siimilarly, The patriotic people's republic forum led by Mohan Baidya has stressed on regulated and controlled border between Nepal and India. During a programme organized to make public the election manifesto, leader Baidya said the 1950 Treaty of Peace and Friendship will be scrapped if it gets chance at leadership . He said The front is for bringing revolutionary land reforms, and education and health under full responsibility of the State.
Meanwhile, Chairman of Nepal Peasant's and Worker's Party, Naryan Man Bujhikche has said his party will face its opposition with determination. Addressing a program in Bhaktapur today, Bijhuckhe said his party will not bow down to any forces. Saying that there are parties who believe in winning the elections by using provocation and greed, he said such forces should be conquered.