Extremist Hindus vows armed struggle to protect Nepal's deposed King
Religious fanatics from India want to overthrow a democratically elected government in Nepal in order to reinstate a much despised monarch .
Hardline Hindus have vowed an "armed struggle" to save Nepal's King Gyanendra from losing his throne after former Maoist rebels swept elections in the home of the world's last Hindu monarchy.
Last week, the former rebels reiterated their pledge to abolish the monarchy as soon as a new interim government sits.
But the Indian priest said Hindus could not allow that to happen.
"Wecannot tolerate this and will start an armed struggle against theMaoists," he said, without providing details on what the groups plannedto do.