To remain seated in power is harmful for my personal career and is also not in favor of the country, said Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai and added, I cannot simply quit Baluatar (PM’s residence) because for this to happen the parties should first reach a minimum level of consensus.
Consensus and Nepali leaders run in parallel. Albeit while pocketing money from the State, they forge consensus which is what has irritated the Nepali population. Brilliant idea that it is.
Baburam talked to a select group of media men at the PM’s residence, Friday August 3, 2012.
The country is faced with two alternatives he said. “We need to decide whether to revive the constituent assembly or hold fresh round of elections”, he opined.
Baburam however, expressed surprise over becoming public of the mysterious agreement reached between his party and the Indian regime at time of the so-called peoples’ revolt.
“It is simply hilarious in the manner our party is being projected as pro-Indian based on the letter that we wrote,” he said and continued, “Then we had forwarded letters of the United Nations, the United States, China and India expressing our desire to become a part of the main-stream politics. Not just India.”
But wasn’t this written agreement, June 2002, made at Indian Prime Minister’s office in New Delhi dear Mr. Prime Minister? Why then the treaty with India alone and with which intent?
To recall, New Delhi doesn’t have other country’s PMO in Indian territory.
At time of the revolt, we moved frequently between India and Nepal. We did not go there because we received special treatments.
But what about NOIDA secured shelter provided by the Indian government through the kind courtesy of Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran.
No escape now Mr. Prime Minister. S. D. Muni has exposed you all.