“The decade long bloody rebellion was not a medication to Nepali ailments. Rather the revolt further complicated the situation. We need perhaps a decade more to sort out the complexity added by the Maoists’ revolt,” analyzed K.P. Sharma Oli while addressing a program in Kathmandu, April 22, 2012.
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The program was organized to commemorate 63 years of the founding of communist party of Nepal.
“If rampant killings, violence and committing crimes are being taken as a communist then I am not at all a communist”, Oli claimed criticizing the Unified Maoists Party and added, “Such Maoist act does not fall under communist definition.”
“If Maoists are communist then I am not a communist”, Oli fired a Goli.
“Communism means equality. Communism does not support religious state but it also does not support ethnic states,” claimed Oli and continued, “The Maoists hidden agenda to support ethnic politics is to divide the people and continue to remain in power.”
“The Maoists plot is to give continuity to the present government even after the end of constituent assembly”, Oli was of the candid view.
“They want the CA terminated without a constitution and provide continuity to this government”, he said and added, “We will however, force this government to resign. If they don’t then the sovereign citizens will.”
At yet another plane, Oli claimed that foreign funded NGOs have been provoking communal discord in the country.
Better late than never. Oli realised the fact.
“The NGOs have been ‘injecting’ false information among the Nepali citizens”, he concluded.