The Unified Maoists’ Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s remarks that Nepal Army has already locked its head with his party have drawn severe criticisms from opposition parties.
A delayed affair.
Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Saturday, June 9, 2012, while addressing a program had claimed that the Nepal Army will not go by the orders of Nepali Congress and other parties.
He had claimed (sic), “It is likely that they (NC & UML) might have been provoking the president to sack the present government. The Republican Nepal Army, I am certain is not going to support such a move”.
The 22 party coalitions that also include Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninist claimed that Dahal’s remarks were highly offensive and repulsive both.
The 22 party leaders had met at NC’s party office in Sanepa, Kathmandu, June 11, 2012.
The parties issued a joint statement which claims that Dahal’s remarks were not only offensive and repulsive but had been intended to irritate the Nepal Army.
“His remarks that Nepal Army has already become closer to Maoists and that Maoists’ still possess weapons in fact substantiate the fact that Maoists’ are heading for a total state capture,” the statement reads.
The Maoists’ leaders have been accepting that their prime goal is to capture the state.
Notably, the NC and the UML men had brought the Nepal Maoists from NOIDA, if one were to recall. Face the music now.
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