The Constituent Assembly election defeated senior United Marxist Leninists (UML) Leader Madhav Kumar Nepal has advised Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah to stop making political comments and only concentrate on his religious activities.
The former sovereign in his fresh ‘religious’ trip to the western part of the country had expressed his willingness to return as the King of Nepal only to play the role of a guardian.
Madhav Nepal, to recall who used to be a staunch royalist in the past had expressed his utmost desire to serve the country and the king (Desh ra Naresh) and as the Prime Minister but was ignored by the former King. It was only natural for a person like Mr. Nepal to turn against the institution of monarchy thereafter, comment critics.
Mr. Nepal made the comment while addressing a press meet in the district of Dang, July 12, 2012. The meet was organized by Press Chautari- a UML party affiliate.
“Itihas ko Chakra pachadi farkidaina (History cycle does not repeat),” said Nepal.
If it is a cycle as enlightened by Mr. Nepal but not a straight and a straight line then it is certain to repeat, critics differ.
But when Mr. Nepal studied history?
The UML leader further said, “He should stop dreaming in a broad day light. I personally advise him to stay in Swargadwari”.
Thanks he did not told HIM to go to NOIDA as it is Mr. Nepal’s preferred place across the border. But any way Swaradwari is inside mother Nepal’s territory.
By the way, Swargadwari is a hilltop temple complex and pilgrimage site in Pyuthan District.
“Never ever will there be a hereditary rule in the country”, Nepal continued and added, he might have thought that he will fix all. He must be in an illusion, said the UML leader.
Rest he criticized the Maoists party and its government.
By the way, Madhav Nepal is learnt to have secretly sneaked into Hotel Dwarikas to receive instructions from the two “Indian spies” who are staying in this Hotel since three days. Both belong to the RAW agency, Nepali media reports.
These agents land in Kathmandu as and when Nepal remains in a troubles state.