Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of Unified Maoists’ Party in a disgraceful but yet expected admission of his decades’ long proven subservience to India, has accepted in an interview with Hindu Daily, April 16, 2012, that without India’s direct intervention, formation of constituent assembly, ouster of 240 years old Hindu monarchy and conclusion of peace and constitutional processes was impossible.
Concurrently, Chairman Dahal has also “exposed” the Indian establishment.
“Prachanda continues to appease almighty India. Will the hegemon ever trust Prachanda”, critics remain askance.
“The journey that began in Delhi with the 12-point agreement has now arrived at a conclusion”, claims Chairman Dahal providing another soother to India.
India further exposed.
The interview has come at a time when there have been reports that both Prime Minister Baburam and Dahal himself have been losing support from their influential New Delhi friends who extended free NOIDA support during the so-called peoples’ revolt.
“Would it be right to say that Nepal's peace process and the constitution may not have been possible without Indian support”, responding to this somewhat painful query by a Kathmandu based Indian journalist (that reminds all nationalist Nepalese of their humiliating past dated November 22, 2005), Dahal admits in a shameful manner wherein he states, “Definitely. Saying so means that the 12-point understanding was signed in Delhi which had the tacit Indian support-otherwise it was not possible. CA elections would not have been possible. There could have been problems with the declaration of a republic. Now also, to take peace and the constitution to its logical conclusion, without the Indian support, it will be very complex and difficult.”
Thus Prachanda admits himself that he is nothing but a part of the Indian machinery.At least this much is visible from his enlightrening-submissive remarks.
That the decade long revolt, fifteen thousand plus deaths and the so-called 62-63 peoples’ uprising were all a drama staged by Nepal Maoists together with the Indian establishment.
Thy fate Nepalese....
“From the 12-point agreement to CA elections, India's active help was important in taking the process forward. After a government under my leadership was formed, there was a chill in relations and several ups and downs. In the past year-and-a-half, there is certain freshness, and a greater understanding of each other's concerns. Right now, India wants the conclusion of the peace process, the writing of a constitution, political stability and wishes to see Nepal on the path of development. I don't see India having any other motive. I have also reviewed the past, both positive and negative, and am sure that we have good relations with our neighbours, especially India. And I am committed to finishing the peace and constitution process. I don't see any problem right now; instead there is a spirit to help each other”.
Great jolt to Beijing. Prachanda otherwise is taken as a Beijing man.
Dahal paid the price of the Indian salt that he consumed for all along his New Delhi stay.