Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda told a contingent of journalists led by none other than the lone veteran journalist Rishi Dhamala at his posh bungalow, August, 14, 2012 that “the thought among opposition leaders to defeat Prachanda at any cost is in itself wrong thinking”.
“They think that the victory lay in Prachanda’s defeat, which is incorrect”, he expressed his discontent.
“In politics at present we are badly missing Girija Prasad Koirala,” commented Dahal and in a satirical manner pointed his guns towards Sushil Koirala, “Why can’t a person who has intense desire to become the prime minister express his aspirations publicly? He could any time take a firm decision.”
Prachanda is correct when he says that he was missing late Koirala because it was this political figure who brought Prachanda from Delhi to Kathmandu for some “purpose”.
India certainly instructed late Koirala.
The purpose has best been exposed by S. D. Muni with the Maoists signing a Treaty with the Indian regime in June 2002.
As if he were the most sacrosanct leader, the Maoists Chief commented “Sushil Ji has always been negative. He wishes parties reach to no consensus. I don’t understand why he has become so negative. Anyway, I am not putting entire blames on him.”
A frustrated Dahal may soon invite Professor S. D. Muni to receive wise counsels a la June 2002 Treaty. The likelihood remains.