Senior United Marxist Leninist Leader Madhav Kumar Nepal is of the view that the Maoists leaders are prime reason behind encouraging corruption in the country over the last two years.
“The Maoists leaders are the daddy of all corrupts,” the former Prime Minister claimed in Nepalgunj, February 26, 2012.
“It is quite amazing to observe that the amount of wealth Maoists leaders have amassed in the last two years is higher than those amassed by corrupts in a decade,” claimed the UML leader. Perhaps Mr. Nepal places himself in the ten years category. Speed is slow Mr. Nepal.
At another plane, Nepal claimed that the Maoists are still continuing with their tactic to use others for their benefit.
Use and throw is the charm of politics.
“In the past, the Maoists effectively used former slain monarch Birendra, India, Europe, Nepali Congress and the UML as their political tools. Except few leaders in our party (UML), majority understand the Maoists’ utility tactic.”
“The Nepali Congress and UML took the risk to mainstream the former rebel party during the royal regime. However, we have to accept that the Maoists’ have been least interested to change themselves in all these years.”
NOIDA indoctrination continues.
If one were to recall, poor Nepal had quietly sneaked into Lucknow, India on November 2003, to meet the then NOIDA residing ferocious Prachanda. Nepal sided with the rebel Maoists when the then King Gyanendra Shah rejected his formal request to elevate him as the country’s Prime Minister.
Mr. Nepal had headed straight to Lucknow after addressing his cadres in Nepalgunj, analysts recall. It was this meet of the two (Nepal-Dahal) that had primarily exposed the Indian regime for providing shelter to the Nepal Maoists. The then Indian Ambassador Shyam Saran avoided some diplomatic receptions for fear of being grilled by the local media.