Social organizations and politicians in Nepal are slaves of foreigners : Shankar Kharal, Vishwa Hindu Mahasangh

Shankar Kharal

Ramnath Devasthan, Goa – Nepal is a country of majority Sanatani Hindus. Both the national flag and calendar are Sanatani. In ancient times, Rishis and Munis from India used to come to Nepal to do penance. That’s why Nepal is a Tapobhumi. Hindu Rashtra will definitely be established on this land. For that, the Hindu organisations and devout Hindus should prepare a manifesto and demand that Nepal be declared a Hindu Rashtra, said Shankar Kharal, Senior Vice President of the Vishwa Hindu Mahasangh of Nepal. He was speaking on the second day of Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav on the topic Campaign to make Nepal a Hindu Rashtra again, the response and the challenges ahead.

Mr Kharal said, “India still has a lot of influence on Nepal. There are two ideologies in India namely ‘Bharat’ and ‘India’. Bharat feels that Nepal and India should have friendly relations, but India does not want that to happen. Social organizations and politicians in Nepal accept large amounts of foreign donations. Because of this they have become slaves of foreign powers. Since they hold sway in governance, the democracy in Nepal has now become irreligious. In Nepal, tribals are first converted to Buddhism. After that they are converted to Christianity.”