“Time is appropriate”, claims Madhav Nepal, “to chase Nepal’s former King Gyanendra Shah away even from Nagarjun Jungles”.
Madhav made such an ‘irritating’ remarks while addressing a press meet organized by Press Chautari in Birgunj of Parsa District, Friday July 27, 2012.
“Lately he is becoming very active,” said Nepal and added, “He should be chased away even from Nagarjun jungles if he continues to poke his nose in Nepali politics.”
After monarchy was sidelined in 2006, King Gyanendra and Queen Komal have been residing at Nagarjun Palace at the outskirts of Kathmandu.
Mr. Nepal is the single election defeated Nepali leader who apparently has been mentally disturbed upon listening to the former King’s TV interview aired July 8, 2012.
This must have some meaning.
By the way, the former Nepal Monarchy is currently in Paris then perhaps he will fly to London.
He then criticized the Unified Maoists Party and the government, as is his habit.
The Maoists want to impose a dictatorial regime and that there is no option that to remove government through a movement.
To recall, Madhav Nepal primarily brought Maoists from New Delhi under the tacit understanding of Girija Prasad Koirala who was then acting as per the instructions of South Block, India for some “purpose”.