Kathmandu, June 11 : Nepal's ex-King Gyanendra has left Narayanhiti palace at around 8:30 pm on Wednesday evening.
According to Nepalnews, he was accompanied by ex-Queen Komal as his motor escorted by security personnel left for Nagarjuna palace located in the northwestern part of the capital valley.
A huge crowd of journalists as well as general public had gathered in front of western gate of the Narayanhiti palace when the ex-King left for Nagarjuna.
A group of people had also chanted slogans against monarchy as he left the place.
He had earlier addressed a press conference asserting that he has accepted the political course the nation has chosen.
The May 28 meeting of the Constituent Assembly had implemented republic and asked the ex-King to leave the palace within fifteen days.