The Constituent Assembly election defeated senior United Marxist Leninist leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has said that finally Prime Minister Baburam will also have the fate akin to Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah.
Fortune teller or a Communist leader?
Throughout his speech made at an interaction program organized by Pokhra Press Chautari July 8, 2012, Madhav heavily criticized Prime Minister Baburam.
Stigma of election defeat.
Madhav urged general public, cadres of political parties, media personnel, human rights activists, industrialists and above all ‘foreign forces’ to join hands to get rid of Baburam. Foreign forces were also appealed by Madhav to come to the streets.
Foreign forces too invited? Isn’t it a matter of shame?Is he talking of South Block support?
“Baburam’s outright rejection to tender his resignation is a direct challenge to President and political parties. He is marching on an unconstitutional course. He is turning into a ruthless dictator”, claimed Nepal.
“Baburam’s fate will be similar to Gyanendra as people come to the streets” said Nepal.
A peoples’ rejected political personality is urging people to come to the streets. Poor Madhav!
“If Gyanendra so desires he could join competitive politics or at best keep himself busy in industrial activities. However his return as the King of Nepal is impossible,” a highly charge Madhav claimed.
He was asked by journalists to provide reasons for sudden rise in activities of the former King.
Madhav continued, “People are against revivial of monarchy and they have already chosen their representative as the President of the country. People no more require a family rule in the country.”