Undemocratic Gyanendra ended Nepal Monarchy: Pained Sushil recalls

Telegraph Nepal

Whereas his party deputy Ram Chandra frequently remembers visionary late king Mahendra, President Sushil Koirala of Nepali Congress too cannot forget Mahendra’s son Gyanendra Shah who eventually became the last King of the country. 

The fact is that Nepali Congress leaders continue to remember the institution of monarchy under various pretexts. Perhaps, monarchy and Congress have had already established intimate relations wherein love and hatred still go together.

Addressing a program in Tankisinwari of Morang, February 8, 2011, Sushil advised Unified Maoists Party to correct their wrong deeds or else, he said, they will have fate similar to Nepal’s ex-monarch Gyanendra Shah.

Great love this.

“The Nepali Congress gave Gyanendra several opportunities to correct himself,” said Sushil and continued, “He did not correct his anti-democratic acts. Look at his fate now. The 240 years old institution of monarchy had to be dismantled.”

But is he the one or his party that dismantled the institution to which he is talking about? Weren’t the NOIDA veterans in association with late Girija dismissed the Nepali Royalty?

The inner pains of Sushil are coming out because of the Girija brought NOIDA gift is creating “continued democratic tension” for the Nepali Congress. This is the fact. Admit Sushil!

“Those who conspire against Nepali Congress and democracy will have fate similar to the former king,” Sushil opined.

Is this reference for Sher Bahadur Deuba?

“I have been advising Maoists to stop their anti-democratic activities and abandon the politics of violence. I am certain that the continuation of present anti-democratic activities will bring to an end to the Maoists politics like the Nepali Monarchy,” he analysed brilliantly. It is high time for Nepali Congress leaders and their cadres to assess whether their level of suffering during the monarchy was higher than at present, advise matured analysts.

Mind it; it is just the beginning of the suffering, if it were at all.

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  • Posted on - 2012-02-09    by     Chintit Nepali
  • If he (king Gyanendra)did not correct his past act how could the already dead parliament alive and you guys got chance to parliamentarian of the same ? He corrected his past deeds,agreed to implement agreement with you guys but you guys played a foul game and betrayed the agreed agreement.
  • Posted on - 2012-02-09    by     roddy
  • Is Sushil seriously trying to claim it was his party that was responsible for the downfall of the monarchy and at the same time trying to use that claim to threaten the Maoists. This guy should leave politics and get into stand up comedy... His party went to the Maoists on their knees, so as to depose Gyans anti democratic genocidal rule.
  • Posted on - 2012-02-08    by     Sharma
  • Hilarious,joke of the day.Who would want to follow a leader like Sushil.He neither has an appealing personality nor the ability to lead.Removing the monarchy was done under a foreign agenda. Girija didn't have even 100 people when he was protesting against the monarchy during Gyanendra's rule.They have very bad days ahead of them.About the ex-king,i feel he will be missed and respected more as the time passes. People will know the true colors of these foreign agents who have devastated our motherland.