Nepal PM must sack minister Gupta for making anti-national remarks: Yadav

Telegraph Nepal

Upendra Yadav is back in the news.

Mr. Yadav who chairs the mother of all Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum (MJF) splinters said while addressing a press meet, February 17, 2012 that his former party mate Jayaprakash Prasad Gupta must be taken to task for his anti-national remarks.

Iron cuts iron, analysts have been told.

Whereas Gupta is the chairman of MJF-Ganatantrik and heads the ministry of information and communication, Yadav is left to lead the old MJF which unfortunately each month or so gives birth to a new splinter. Yadav thus could be taken as the Grand Pa of all MJF splinters.

Yadav was of the view that Prime Minister Baburam should sack Minister Gupta for making views against the territorial integrity of the country.

Yet, analysts fail to understand as to who will sack Baburam itself for forwarding the Merge/Submerge theory of the Lendhup fame?

The President can’t and the Army opines that the institution remains in a helpless condition.

“I am of the view that this is the worst and weakest ever government the country had,” he continued and added, “I personally believe that Gupta will be penalized by the judiciary for having made the anti-national remarks.”

How Gupta pounces upon Yadav will be more interesting to observe in the days ahead.

By the way, Mr. Yadav enjoys excellent relations with Lal Krishna Advani.

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