UML leader, Khadga Prasad Oli has begun beating his own drums eulogising his own super personality. Perhaps he forgets that “self praise is no recommendation”.
New phenomenon in 12 point Nepal. However, it must be noted that Oli did not support the presumed New Delhi energised last popular movement which means that he was then with the ruling monarch.
Yet the miracle was there. Girija Prasad Koirala, after taking oath of office from the King, Oli was picked as the country’s Foreign Minister. ( Rest in peace).
He talks high of him is a matter that must not be of any interest to our readers, however, what should be a stuff of high implication when Oli talks something absurd though probable if he enjoys the alien support.
Needless to say, Oli is taken as a UML leader whose excessive India leaning remains no longer a secret. Oli though denies such allegations and takes them all as baseless propaganda to malign his political credentials.
One more feather Oli wants to add in his hat. Immediately upon his return from a free but luxurious trip to South Africa becomes evident from his statement that “If provided a chance, I could prove myself the best Prime Minister(s) of Nepal”.
Yet he consoles his heart, perhaps with a heavy heart, by stating that as per the rule of the game, it should now be the turn of the Nepali Congress to steer the command of the new Nepal government”.
Yet he believes that luck may award him with a golden chance if the NC fails to nominate a unanimous candidate for the post of the next Nepal PM.
In saying so, Oli perhaps believes that a great upheaval will grip the NC the moment the party begins searching a suitable candidate for the PM post from the party.
He spoke his mind yesterday, July 17, 2012.
It is this hope which perhaps compels Oli to speak his inner heart wherein he claims that he could give able leadership to the country should the NC fail in forwarding the name of its candidate.
Oli is speaking correct as the NC has three equally competent but belligerent men who believe that the post should come to their respective pockets under any circumstances.
Yet the question comes to the mind of the intellectuals as to why Oli has begun speaking the absurd? Or this absurd talk has some substantial meaning?
Has the Indian regime found a suitable persona of its choice and preference who could replace PM Bhattarai?
As expected, Oli put the entire blame of the CA death on the heads of the Maoists.
Oli, by the way, had gone to Johannesburg to participate in a Communist seminar. But is he still a communist of the Jhapa’s rag-bag-bobby-tail good old days? If he claims so then we have to agree.
Analysts yet congratulate him in advance if he means it to what he has started claiming.Is some thing being cooked up in New Delhi?