Kalibaba in town demanding revival of Hindu state
Following the invitation of Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-Nepal) for a chariot journey from Nepal to Newdelhi, The Ananta Bibhushita 1008 Swami Kalibabaji Maharaj has arrived Kathmandu on Friday to participate as a chief guest in the program.
Talking with the journalist upon his arrival at the airport, he urged all to work towards preserving Nepal’s ancient legacy of Hindu nation as a sacred pilgrimage site of the Hindus and which is also the aspiration of the religious followers across the world.
Kali Baba, a popular Hindu Priest who has been advocating for the revival of Hindu nation, had even threatened to self-immolate if Nepal is not declared Hindu state.
RPP-Nepal is undertaking the chariot march calling for declaring Nepal as a Hindu country. The journey will begin from Janakpur and reach Lumbini, Bindhyabasini of Pokhara and Pashupatinath Temple of Kathmandu, crossing 1,000 kms and holding 160 small or big religious assemblies.