Nepal Maoists playing foul with National Army: UML leader Oli

Telegraph Nepal

K.P. Sharma Oli of United Marxist Leninist party is in his home district, Jhapa.

While in Jhapa observers opine he gains additional energy to criticize the Maoists.

Ghar Ko Bagh!

Unlike other shaky leaders, Oli has always been a Maoists’ sharp critic. He will continue to be so for some more time.  

“The Prime Minister himself claims that the country will either merge with India or China. Some ministers’ call for Bandh, some ministers even go the extent of making secessionist remarks and yet some others threaten to cut fingers”, said Oli and said, “The present government is nothing but a contingent of dangerous extremists.”

Well said Oli, opine analysts. Oli Ko Goli...

Expressing his views on the so-called federal structure, Oli viewed that finally there will be no Limbuwan State not even Kochila, the only thing that will remain is the district of Jhapa and Jhapa will always be a part of Nepal.

Oli has thus secured his home district.

He also ridiculed the demand for ‘One Madhesh One Province’ and said, “The idea is long forgotten and outdated.”

Rajendra Mahato may cut his fingers. Take care Mr. Oli.

The Unified Maoists Party, according to Oli, is trying to play foul with the Nepal Army.

“They have been making various false claims regarding the Army. They want to play unclean politics with the Army”, he said during the course of his interaction with media in Birtamode, February 19, 2012.

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I agree


  • Posted on - 2012-02-21    by     gaunle
  • Oliji should remember that Nepal govt in various forms and shapes have played foul with the public of the nation then why worry for such petty matters!Pl concentrate more on plight of the people as a whole.