A day after ruling coalition partners Unified Maoists’ Party and Unified Democratic Madhesi Alliance decided to forge a common stance on the contentious issues in the constitution drafting process landed a mysterious person at the Tribhuwan International Airport from New Delhi.
The person according to sleuths at the TIA was carrying a passport which identified him as Arun Kumar Sinha.
Sinha who is taken as one of the high ranking officials of India’s notorious intelligence agency, RAW, took a private vehicle standing outside the arrival terminal and headed straight towards the Yak & Yeti Hotel.
The Hotel Yak & Yeti, since republican order declared, has been a favourite destination for foreign intelligence agents mainly the men from the RAW.
Informers have it that Sinha is the same person who has been maintaining regular contacts with Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of Unified Maoists Party through Krishna Prasad Sitaula of Nepali Congress and Amresh Kumar Singh- a suspicious person who also claims to have his association with the Nepali Congress. He is also a JNU graduate.
Sitaula’s extraneous connections need no further elaboration.
By the way, unconfirmed reports have it that Amresh Kumar Singh has also been assigned by New Delhi’s ‘dark quarters’ to compile authentic information about and activities India’s official representative to Nepal Ambassador Jayant Prasad.
Poor Jayant Srivastav!
“Sitaula and Singh are the same persons who had informed Chairman Dahal that the dissatisfied PLA were devising plans to loot weapons from the cantonments and thus convinced him for quick handover of the PLA to Nepal Army”, sleuths confirm.
It had been reported that early hours on Tuesday April 10, 2012, RAW local agents had informed Dahal that dissatisfied militias were planning to loot weapons from the cantonments.
The Janaastha Weekly also confirms that prior to deployment of Nepal Army in the PLA cantonments, Dahal had held an extensive dialogue with both Singh and Sitaula.
Sinha who is believed to have sneaked out of Nepal from Birgunj border during his stay in Kathmandu had met with Chairman Dahal, Sitaula, Amresh Singh and some influential leaders from Madhes based parties.
According to fresh RAW design, sleuths confirm, the idea is to strengthen the Maoist-Madhesi coalition government and convince Nepali Congress to join the Baburam led set up.
It is in this backdrop, articles penned by senior journalists Yuba Raj Ghimire (Annapurna Post) and Kanak Mani Dixit (Nagarik Daily) could be observed.
Ghimire had basically argued that the plot is to exterminate Nepali Congress from Nepali politics from within and Dixit mentioned that New Delhi was heavily relying on informal sources to chart its Nepal policies.
Mother nepal has reasons to weep.