Nepal: Fighting war an easy task, war for peace bit difficult

Telegraph Nepal

“Though the internal party conflict remains in a heightened state yet the new constitution with the adoption of federal order would be drafted within the remaining time period”, so assured the ferocious of the bygone era-Prachanda to his cadres in Chisapani, Bankey district, March 31, 2012.

Prachanda said that though there has long been going a heated debate inside the party in favour or against the adoption of the federal system in the country yet the constitution would be drafted incorporating the federal scheme in the new Charter.

Yes we do have some ideological differences inside the Nepal Maoists party yet we have no other option left than to unite in a solid manner in favour of the federal order for the country.

“We have favoured fourteen federal provinces in which there exist no difference inside the party”, Chairman Dahal convinced his “bouncing” local cadres.

He also suggested his colleagues not to fight with each other on the question of federal order system of governance.

“We have felt that fighting a fierceful war was an easier task than to fight a war for peace”, expressed Chairman Dahal.

He talked sense for obvious reasons to which the Nepali sharp brains could guess well.

Prachanda did accept that more challenge has been added in managing the party unity with the differences observed in between the leaders and the cadres.

Perhaps he was referring to his own differences with the Mohan Baidya panel.  

By the way, Nepal's former King is also in the same area these days.

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