Chairperson of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party (RPP), Rajendra Lingden, has said his party was not in a hurry to join government. He said it during a programme organized to welcome and congratulate the newly elected lawmakers from RPP.
He however said RPP has not vowed to stay away from government either. Party's agenda and values would be set gradually and it would take decision on time, Lingden added.
RPP does not side with any party, he viewed, adding his party would build reason why it would join the government. Lingden claimed that his party had taken a right track from the election.
He was also of the view that RPP could not collect the votes as per its expectation due to the failure to mobilize party effectively. However, it won people's trust. The Chairperson also made it clear that new persons having capacity and potential were made the lawmakers.
On the occasion, RPP leader Pashupati Shumsher JB Rana suggested the newly elected members of the House of Representatives from the party to be watchful on the old parties and government activities. Parliament should be utilized as a platform to show capacity, he viewed.