Nepal: Hattiban Resort meet, classic case of State Loot

Telegraph Nepal

Some two and half dozen leaders of major political parties led by their party chairmen headed straight towards a “luxurious resort” located 10-12 kilometres south of Capital Kathmandu April 15, 2012, with the objective to sort out their differences over constitution drafting process.

Some noted proletarian-revolutionaries too are in the State Loot team.

The meeting held at Hattiban Resort Hotel has been organized by Nepal’s India groomed Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai.

Media reports have it that the leaders who went there for a night halt are expected to make a breakthrough by late evening on Monday. Free Alcohol will facilitate the breakthrough, analysts hope.

Some eight leaders each representing Unified Maoists Party, Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninist and six representing Madhesi alliance are taking part in the “luxurious” but State taxing meet.

Twenty four rooms have been booked until 04:00 PM April 16, 2012.

Loot Ko Dhan Fupu Ko Sharddha...

Surprisingly, leaders representing the hardliner faction of Unified Maoists’ Party, Mohan Baidya, Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’, Dev Gurung and Hitman Shakya are also present at the meeting. Loot in consensus.

At around 12 noon the leaders had arrived at the resort on Sunday. And may have taken a revolutionary nap.

First to arrive at the resort, obviously, were none other than Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Prime Minister Baburam.

Reportedly, the leaders in their first sitting held an all party meeting and separated for holding dialogue within their own party. The meeting continued until late night. Late night? Why for? This is mysterious.

President Sushil Koirala is leading the NC team and Chairman Jhalnath Khanal is leading the UML.

State loot is free. Shame on Nepali population who have remained a mere spectator to this continued Loot. A classic State plunder phenomenon discovered by Nepali leaders.  

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  • Posted on - 2013-04-08    by     Mrinal
  • I think we can get to vot on CA on 2020 and I am being very optimistic here. Dream on Nepali's tnnikhig about voting, these Criminals SPA and Maoist will never let people vote, they want to rule forever and get there bhatta and power. Jai gandtantrik so called Naya Nepal
  • Posted on - 2012-04-16    by     Jame
  • Where is Nagarik Samaj, i heared it was active those days for fighting for people of Nepal. I think that was Indian paid worker who came played handover country to the hand of these vulture. Shame on you people of Nepal.
  • Posted on - 2012-04-16    by     Suman Bhote
  • All these agendas are based on Parties’ future outlines….. 1. Maoists think their leaders are popular among publics, specially Mr. Prachanda, so they want direct elected person. 2. NC leaders think, when there are together, they are stronger, and individual person is not so popular (but, they forget that Dr. Ram Baran Yadab is a strong contestant for future president). 3. UML is lost in between, they think middle path is best, and made agendas according to situation. 4. More dalid and janjati, strong leaders are in Maoist, so NC and UML are afraid of it, mainly division according to it. 5. Government during next election will also effect the future politics. 6. Also new government, their parties’ participations. Mainly they focus on their individual and their parties’ profit, financially and politically, currently and in the future as well….. No one focused on Public’s benefits….. They are thinking on their ways, but what publics are thinking?? No one knows, only next election will decide…… One thing is that the Current system cannot allow the public to choose directly…….