With the First Vice President of the New Republic of Nepal pushed to the wall by the Supreme Court decision to nullify his excessive Hindi lust that made him swear-in Hindi language and now the Maoists party declaring to bar the First President of the Republic, Dr. Ram Baran Yadav from attending public programs, say analysts, the days of the “nascent” Republic is itself numbered let alone the days of the so called puppet government under the premiership of lame duck Madhav Kumar Nepal.
With both Symbols of the new Republic pushed to the wall, apparently in a calculated manner, analysts suspect the motive behind could be to make the Republican order a dismal failure ultimately.
Who will save the Republic then? Keep on guessing.
Be that as it may, Parmananda Jha, the controversial vice president of the Charas fame is in a dilemma whether to abide by the Supreme Court’s decision to re-swear-in Nepali or to resign from the post, prior he automatically loses his present status in a week time if he failed to take oath of office in Nepali language, as ordered by the nation’s apex court.
Parmananda has decided to wait and see, say reports. Analysts say that perhaps he is waiting for a miracle to happen that would in all likelihood come from the alien land.
On the other hand, the Unified Maoist Party’s United Jana-Andolan Front has declared that it will do all possible, that it can, to bar the first president of the Republic to attend Public Programs beginning August 27, 2009.
“The President will be greeted with black flags everywhere he goes”, the committee declared.
Says Krishna Bahadur Mahara, the chief of the Maoists’ Party International Bureau, we will not participate in any programs where the President will be attending.
“The People will also boycott those programs attended by the President”, said Mahara.
With the Maoists Party, the major power that forced the institution of monarchy out, already in a direct confrontation with the first President of the Republic and the nation already divided over the Hindi oath of the India born vice president and the ever widening differences among the political parties, what is the harm in numbering the days of the Republic?