Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah will be forcefully put behind bars because he is conspiring against the gifted Loktantriak order.
Senior United Marxist Leninist leader Mr. Madhav Kumar Nepal made these views while addressing a program organized by Nepal Intellectual Council in Lalitpur, Saturday April 14, 2012.
Gyanendra will be put behind the bars if he does not stop his reactionary activities, claimed Nepal.
We have only replaced Nepal Army by Armed Police Force for his personal security, if he continues with his illegal activities then his rest of the facilities too will be rolled back, threatened Madhav Nepal.
“He will be put behind the bars,” reiterated Nepal but did not disclose what sort of conspiracy the former King was hatching against the “India gifted republican order” to which Madhav Nepal too was a party while the import was being materialised.
Similarly, in an interview with Kantipur Daily, Nepal also made it clear that his party will not join the present government under any circumstances.
“The issues that could be difficult to resolve would be state restructuring and governance model”, held Nepal and continued, “Within a sitting or two parties will resolve disputes and settle the issue”, he also told Kantipur.
If one were to recall, 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. Otherwise, Nepal was considered a staunch royalist.
At a lecture program organized on the occasion of 57th Birthday (11th July 2000) of the then King Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah, Mr. Nepal, to recall had applauded the role played by Nepali monarchy in institutionalizing democracy in the country. To add, Mr. Nepal had also forwarded a request letter dated 2 June 2003 to the King appealing for his appointment as the country’s prime minister. Five months after the former King did not heed to his demand, Nepal suddenly turned anti-monarchy and straight headed to Lucknow.
Mr. Nepal had headed 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 in Kathmandu for fear of being grilled by the local media.