Telegraph Nepal, Editorials
We are least interested in how Comrade Prachanda and Babu Ram Bhattarai serve the Indian nationals, direct or indirect, and by extension the Indian regime because it is their defeated psychology, indeed yet democratic one, to work for those who were hardly a national of a sovereign nation for several centuries, however, they can’t do so if their acts of willing servitude pinches the soul and heart of a sovereign mother Nepal whose heads ever remained high.
This the Indian Ambassador to the Nepali Court, Jayant Prasad, too has admitted in one of his fresh lectures made in Kathmandu. Thanks Excellency.
As free Nepali nationals, both Dahal and Bhattarai are free to submit themselves to the mercy or remain ever duty-bound to their new found but yet dangerous allies however, their actions or inactions or for that matter any (mis) adventurous deeds must not hurt the tender Nepali sentiments that they have been provided as a gift by mother Nepal. Great mother that we have. Evertine she gives but never asks in return.
This applies to the men now in a separate party called the NCP-Maoists led by Mohan Baidya and his ilk too.
Mohan Baidya and his entire “revolutionaries” of the chaotic bygone past now housed in a new camp too remain answerable for all the past heinous crime(s) that they collectively have committed against the mother of all the Nepali mothers that is MOTHER NEPAL. The insulting height of this was submitting of a self–defeating Memo to the regional bully that India is taken by all the smaller neighbors seeking support for damaging their own country under this or that forwarded flimsy pretext.
This is what India wanted from the Nepali Maoists. She found new allies in the persona of Dahal and Bhattarai who were born in Nepal but tentatively have lived a life perhaps to serve the Indian interests which is what is the gist of Professor Sukh Deo Muni’s fresh article wherein the Indian national, the number one hater of Nepal and the Nepalese, has exposed the compliant attitude of these two eminent Nepali nationals as to how they cheated their own motherland by siding with an administration that never wants Nepal to prosper albeit but not in talks and lectures.
Thanks Professor S. D. Muni for all what you did for our mother Nepal. You may have some problems with your disciples yet you have told what the Nepalese so far had failed.
To come to the point, Chandra Prakash Gajurel, the Vice Chairman of the newly formed Maoists party has very recently claimed that he and his immediate colleagues have had no knowledge as regards the submission of such a note seeking Indian support to damage mother Nepal. Gajurel may be honest in his claim. He may have spoken the truth because he and his colleagues may not have been informed that Bhattarai and Dahal duo secretly handed over such a secret letter which demanded not only helps from the Indian establishment to pounce upon Nepal but also assured the “contracting” party across the border that Maoists people’s war in no way will cause any damage to the prime security interests of India in Nepal.
Nepal lost two Kings in the process. One King died a chaotic death (was in coma) which even did not allow him to have the crown.
Okay. Let’s believe that Mr. Gajurel may have spoken the fact. Yet the question is that how the sharp political personalities of the sort of Mohan Baidya and Gajurel and his other brilliant colleagues, for example, Badal and Dev Gurung, then working in the same team with the sole declared aim of transforming old Nepal into a new Nepal could not fathom the degree of the cheat which is very close to a treachery that their own high placed top-hats had already committed? Or is it that Gajurel is talking against his former party seniors to save his and the newly formed party’s face? Is this only a face saving ploy in which the Maoists are supposed to have gained excellence? Gajurel can’t be an exception.
Gajurel’s penitence at this juncture when the damage has already been done can hardly convince the nationalists, if remaining any, back home. He and his colleagues must apologise in public and begin convincing the general population that for sure they were kept in the dark by their own top hats while signing the June 2002 Maoists-India Treaty. Or else they too would be taken as an accomplice as they were together while this treaty had been signed under the tutelage of Brajesh Mishra, the then India’s national security advisor who was introduced to this special set of memorable Nepali nationals by lone expert on Nepal foreign policy, Sukh Deo Muni.
Or it could be that Baidya and Gajurel were in Chennai and Siliguri jails and thus they could not be informed?
India is not at fault. Let’s admit it. India knows on how to win the weak Nepali souls such as the ones just mentioned above. India did its job yet the question is that how could these strong nationalists, as they still claim after so much damage to their political personality, submitted themselves and through them the entire Nepali territory and its politics to remain under the mercy of the former British Colony?
To sum up, now that Gajurel denies of being in knowledge of such a clandestine Treaty and has already dubbed his own former party top hats as traitors, all that Gajurel should do now to prove his innocence and nationalist credentials by revealing as to where the money then went looted from the Nepali banks from across the country at various intervals of time?
Did it come to his pocket also or the money thus the entire cash vanished in the ethereal medium? Or his entire team remains still in dark as the first Treaty episode?
Gajurel can bag sympathies certainly if he or his colleagues reveal this special secret as regards the looted wealth. The population will love to listen either from him or his immediate equals now in the new Maoists party. Yet we take Comrade Gajurel as a strong nationalist. If he clarifies his stance in a convincing manner then the laymen will certainly take him as a real communist and also as genuine son of this soil. Are you listening Comrade Gajurel? Be brave and come up with the details. people will double their respect for you and your colleagues. Rest assured. (The Telegraph Weekly editorial August 15, 2012).