Hundreds of activists from Nepal's former ruling party have held demonstrations across the country to protest the king's dismissal of the elected government three months ago.
Activists from the Nepali Congress party today (Monday) delivered statements to local officials in dozens of districts to demand King Gyanendra reverse what they call his unconstitutional move.
The king fired the elected government in October for failing to hold national elections in time. He then appointed a pro-monarchy administration.
Nepal's main political parities have refused to take part in the new government, saying it was formed in violation of the constitution.