Replied C.P. Gajurel of new Maoists Party led by Mohan Baidya while addressing a press meet in Kathmandu, July 18, 2012, that unity with the party led by Prachanda and Baburam is a highly unlikely proposition.
Unity possibility capped.
“Both of them represent ‘submissive forces’. We no more follow Prachanda-path. We have our own ideology”, he said when asked if there lay any possibility of unity between the two parties.
“We have finally escaped from Prachanda’s dangerous trap. We have no confusion whatsoever over what he actually is.”
Long experience/association benefit.
Gajurel continued, “You might have noticed nowhere in the fresh political proposal presented by Prachanda in the ongoing plenum he refers to the peoples’ war. His proposal is out an out a submissive one. He is a person who believes in national submission.”
At another plane, Gajurel also claimed that Chinese premier Wen Jia Bao refused to meet Baburam in Brazil because Chinese have the information that our prime minister is an agent of another country (India).
“When he was in Brazil Chinese Premier declined to meet Baburam Bhatatrai because they have the proof that Baburam is serving as an agent of another country”, Gajurel stunned his audience.
When asked if there lay possibility for the revival of monarchy, replied Gajurel, “It is impossible that Gyanendra Shah will return to the throne. At best he could continue visit the people and convey them his personal grudges.”
He also said that there will be no space to the former king in the proposed round table conference between major stakeholders.
Another NOIDA tool in the making.