‘Left Trying To Destroy Sanatan Dharma’: Former Nepal Deputy PM Calls For Hindus Of World To Unite To Save HinduismFormer Nepal Deputy PM Kamal Thapa (Pic Via Twitter)

Kamal Thapa, the former deputy prime minister of Nepal and leader of Rashtriya Prajatantra Party, on Friday (20 December) called for all the Hindus of the world to unite in fight against the leftists who are hellbent on destroying the ‘Sanatan Dharma’.

In response to a tweet by Vedic Scholar Dr David Frawley also known as Pandit Vamadeva Shastri, Thapa said that similar to India, the leftists parties, media and the mainstream Nepali Congress too are trying to destroy the age-old Sanatan Dharma.

Frawley, in his tweet, has said that Hindus have been under siege politically, religiously and demographically for centuries.

“India's leftist media, academia and political parties from Congress to the Communists are now leading the charge.Hindus should have no illusions about their motivations and stand firm,” Dr Frawley said.

Responding to Dr Frawley, the Former Deputy PM of Nepal said, “This is true in Nepal's context too. Nepal's left and Nepali Congress along with some mainline media, academia are trying to destroy age-old Sanatan Dharma, culture, Nepali maryada, parampara and identity,”

Thapa also called for Hindus of the world to stand against the left and preserve the glory of the Sanatan Dharma.

“Let's all Hindus of the world unite in preserving the glory of Sanatan Dharma,” Thapa said.

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