Disqualified Maoists Militias create problems for Nepal PM: Report

Telegraph Nepal

Police force was used to quell a highly irritated group of disqualified Maoists’ combatants who had blocked Prime Minster Baburam Bhattarai’s way out of Unified Maoists’ party headquarters in Koteshwar, Kathmandu, April 19, 2012.

The former combatants had come from various parts of the country.

The combatants were labelled as disqualified by UNMIN.

The former combatants then began chanting slogans against their party chairman Pushpa Kamal and vice chairman and Prime Minister Baburam.

They were demanding equal facilities as provided to qualified militias, job opportunities and others.

Difficult days await Dahal and Bhattarai duo. Old days Jungle boys have become now aggressive. Take care. 

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  • Posted on - 2014-03-07    by     gaunle
  • They have been miserably ditched by both their leaders(the Maoists) and the govt alike.They have nowhere to go except sit with their ailing hearts and mind!
  • Posted on - 2012-07-09    by     Yoshifumi
  • To The_Observer, Perhaps, you are not aware of the really huge nubmer of Nepalis who live and work in all parts of India. If India had not allowed this Nepal would have an even greater unemployment problem than they already do. Of course, it also provides India with cheap labour, but its not as if India doesn't already have cheap labour or unemployment. Of course, India would prefer that the pro-Chinese Maoists would not come to power just as India would not want Khaleeda Zia, a pro-Pakistani Islamist, to come to power in Bangladesh. I a not aware of any major border dispute between India and Nepal. There may be minor matters but hardly anything that would cause any alarm, imho. If India wanted to take over Nepal (like China invaded Tibet in 1949), then it would have been child's play for India. Despite the fact that hundreds of madrassas (at Pakistan's instigation) have come up all along India's border with Nepal, India has shown remarkable restraint in not taking strong action, like fencing the border, not allowing Nepalis into India without stringent checks, etc, etc, etc.
  • Posted on - 2012-04-20    by     ramesh
  • It is these butchers of nepal who pointed gun rifle to nepal army and police. Now their baner sena is catching their own neta collar. So why save these killer. Let them die the death they deserve from their own cadre. They were the one to sow evil and cheated people that it was amrit. But bish ko bot ma bish nai falcha. So army and police should leave these narkas of nepal to their fate. Moabadi ladaku YCL and et all will take care of these netas who cheated them and will do nice maramat....