Prime Minister Baburam who according to his former close colleagues has already surrendered himself to the mercy of the ‘Indian establishment’ has served a strong warning to Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah.
The warning though was very rough and tough that he served.
“Gyanendra has not yet leant his lessons,” said Nepal’s India groomed and elevated Prime Minister.
By the way, Baburam is an obedient disciple of India’s so-called Nepal expert Professor Sukh Deo Muni, the lone Nepal expert in the globe.
Critics question Baburam, “What about urging Gyanendra to take some lessons from Professor Muni at New Delhi’s JNU?”
Muni now lives in Singapore, it is reported.
“The government might decide to slash some more facilities he is enjoying from the State,” threatened Baburam.
“If he continues to make unnecessary remarks, he might get the heat of the State power. It will be harmful to him if he tries to get advantage from the present fluid political situation,” said Baburam addressing a program in Kathmandu, July 9, 2012.
The reaction is awaited from several quarters.