NC third faction warns not to hold consensus with Nepal Maoists

Telegraph Nepal

A ‘Third group’ within the Nepali Congress Party has warned the other decaying groups respectively led by President Sushil and Senior Leader Sher Bahadur within the party ‘not to hold any sort of consensus with the Unified Maoists Party’.

The meeting held at an undisclosed location was coordinated by party’s senior leader Kul Bahadur Gurung, it has been reported.

“Unity with the party that caused thousands of death of the innocent civilians in the past and that adheres to extremist ideology will be harmful ultimately to the party”, the meeting concluded, reports have it.

Are you listening late Koirala? (Rest in peace).

“Seeking Maoists support to be in power will be considered a great deviation from party’s chartered ideology propounded none other than by late B.P. Koirala”, the meeting said.

NC and ideology now will never go together.

“In order to correct the deviations, a movement is needed to readopt party’s ideology of national reconciliation and democratic socialism.”

It has not yet been reported though who else except Gurung were present at the meeting.

Interesting, just the other day, Khum bahadur Khadka had said in Urhari, Dang, that the NC has already abandoned late BP Koirala’s policy.

Match now these two remarks carefully.

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