Octogenarian Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala has said that the Unified Maoists’ Party must face retaliation for their non-compliance to the past agreements.
Ruled by majority elderly leaders and frustrated youth section of cadres led by none other than Gagan Thapa who prefers to remain out of the country much of the time, for Nepali Congress it is almost impossible to win political battle with the presumed erratic Maoists’ party let alone proving to be an equal match, observers have it.
NC is a decaying party.
Had big media not been ‘mysteriously’ friendly to Gagan Thapa, he too would have vanished in the Kathmandu crowd, claim observers.
Sushil also claimed in Burtibang of Baglung Distirct, February 19, 2012, “The general public want immediate end to the politics of violence and bloodshed due to the Maoists instability which is continuing to take newer heights.”
“We have no alternative other than to retaliate since the Maoists have been totally ignoring all the past agreements,” claimed Sushil whose utterances generally vanish in the ethereal medium but yet he goes on speaking.