Prime Minister Baburam, according to senior communist leader Mohan Bikram Singh, has plans to continue to remain in government with the support of the Indian expansionists.
Singh is the general secretary of Nepal Communist Party-Masal and claims that he is underground. But he appears to be in front of the Camera as and when such occasion come to him. Let’s take this leader as Camera-ground.
He made this remark in Baglung while talking to journalists, August 3, 2012.
He also claimed that Baburam wants the government to continue with the support of the Madhesi parties and India.
So what is the secret in his finding?
Singh opined that a third round of uprising is needed to unseat Baburam because ‘big force’ (India) is supporting him, he appealed. But which people, the cheated ones, will come to the streets to unseat Dr. Bhattarai and for what gains?
“India and some regional parties are threatening Nepali nationalism”, he said and added, “Baburam’s continuation will further weaken the republican order.”
As if it remains in a strengthened state?
At another plane, Singh claimed that federalism must be uprooted at any cost once and for all.
A third round of Janaandolan is required to unseat Baburam’s government and to get rid of federalism both.
While appealing Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninists to join the peoples’ uprising he said a strong force that includes royalists and Mohan Baidya group are required to uproot federalism.
Is Mohan Bikram inching closer to the Nepali Royalists which by extension mean that he wants to meet former King Gyanendra in person? In politics, such events are not uncommon.