“We have not said that we will boycott the Constituent Assembly though there is some basis on our claim that there has been vote fraud. We have only demanded proper investigation into it,” he said while talking to the journalists, December 10, 2013 at his posh bungalow in Hattiban, Kathmandu. He claims himself to be the leader of the proletariat.
For the first time after results of second constituent assembly election were made public, leaders of three major parties, Nepali Congress, United Marxist Leninist and Unified Maoists sat to resolve the issues raised by the Maoists over the election results, December 10, 2013. The Unified Maoists is yet to formally accept the election results.
While India is blamed for heavily influencing regional Madhesi political parties in order to twist arms of the Kathmandu regime, no surprise Nepal’s northern neighbor China is also involved in similar acts of influencing the recently elected members of the parliament from the districts adjoining Tibet. Awaiting grand failure for sure.
The man who had once declared publicly that Nepal’s southern neighbor India and late Nepali Congress President Girija Koirala were primarily responsible for Maoists’ highhandedness in the country claims that there is least possibility that President Sushil of the party could become the country’s next prime minister. “His dreams of becoming the country’s prime minister will never be fulfilled,” also declared the leader.
“We are not interested in sticking to the post for longer period of time. Our wish is to see timely promulgation of the constitution,” so said Nepal’s first vice president while talking to a team of journalists, December 9, 2013. “Billions of rupees have been spent in holding the election to elect the Constituent Assembly. However, power has become primary for the parties than the constitution.”
Eighteen days after election took place in the country to elect its second constituent assembly, the Nepal Communist Party-Maoist led by Chairman Mohan Baidya Kiran has demanded its dissolution. The first meeting of the newly elected Constituent Assembly is yet to take place.
“The RPP-Nepal may have been elevated as the fourth largest party but it is not at all a political force. It has occupied small position in the CA which is the result of the hangover left among the traditional minds,” he says talking to Balaram Baniya and Kul Chandra Neupane of Kantipur Daily, December 8, 2013.
Whereas the Chief of India’s notorious intelligence agency RAW, Alok Joshi is permanently seated in Hotel Radisson in Lazimpat, Kathmandu, officials from China too have intensified their visits to Kathmandu of late. Alok Joshi has fallen in love with Nepal, it appears. So nice but no back stabbing please.
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