In a dramatic turn of events, Nepal has become the epicenter of massive protests as crowds rally to overthrow the democratic system supported by China. The protestors are fervently advocating for the restoration of a "HINDU RAJTANTRA" – a Hindu state – as they voice their dissatisfaction with the current governance.
Thousands of demonstrators have flooded the streets, waving flags and chanting slogans demanding a return to Nepal's Hindu roots. The fervor behind these protests stems from a deep-seated desire among a significant portion of the population to reestablish the country as a Hindu state, a status it held until 2008 when it officially became a secular nation.
Accusations of corruption and failed governance have been hurled at the government and political parties by the impassioned protestors. Many believe that the move towards secularism has led to a decline in moral values and a weakening of the country's cultural identity.
The protests have gained momentum, with diverse groups coming together to express their discontent with the current state of affairs. Critics argue that the government's alignment with China has further fueled these demonstrations, as some view it as a threat to Nepal's traditional values and independence.
Security forces have been deployed to manage the situation, but the sheer scale of the protests has presented a formidable challenge. International observers are closely monitoring the developments, expressing concerns about the potential impact on regional stability. As the situation unfolds, the world watches to see how Nepal's government will respond to the growing demands for a return to the HINDU RAJTANTRA and whether these protests will lead to significant changes in the nation's political landscape.