India's messages on the Nepal Constitution made conspiracy theories come to life. The rumours that Madhes-based parties were using India to stall half of the nation by using violence as a means of protest seemed truer than before. Many started seeing these parties as pawns to India's bigger plans. And when India tried to force the government to incorporate the demands of these small parties, it exacerbated the fears of many Nepalis. With this came hyper-nationalism, the "imagined enemy" that the radical Left had been creating for a long time.