At an interaction program organized by Reporters’ Club in Kathmandu and chaired by none other than veteran journalist Rishi Dhamala April 3, 2012, Nepal’s Prime Minister Baburam’s Indian guru and India’s self declared Nepal expert Sukh Deo Muni opined that neither the government of India nor the Indian leaders and not even the Indian population support revival of monarchy in Nepal.
Muni-Dhamala combination this!
He also made it clear that revival of monarchy was an impossible proposition.
Is Muni the new Prime Minister of India? Or a close confidante of Mrs. Sonia Gandhi-the de facto ruler of the former British Colony? Yet for Baburam he could be!
“The revival of monarchy is a hypothetical issue. None of the political parties and the general public in Nepal support revival of monarchy”, so said Muni whom the Nepalese take as a “Nepal hater” Indian national.
As if he was invited as a State guest, “in each and every meets between Nepal’s Former King Gyanendra Shah and the Indian leaders, Muni said, “The Indian leaders have never assured their support for revival of monarchy during the meetings.”
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“The former King has increased his activities mainly to extract benefits from the prevailing confusion over the ongoing peace and constitutional processes”, he also opined.
He is speaking on Nepal and its internal matters as if he has already become a Nepali national.
“The ultra- rightists and leftists are trying to get benefit from the current chaos. They will be time permitting marginalized by the people”, he condensed his views.
People like Muni- who frequently make off the cuff remarks are held primarily responsible for the sorry state of Nepal’s historical relations with India.
Muni is currently in Kathmandu to attend a seminar sponsored by the Indian embassy.
Question could be raised as to whether Muni has the right to speak in Nepal’s internal matters? Why not he is being chased for poking in Nepali affairs?
Shame on us and shame on those Nepalese who loiter around this non-entity in Delhi.