Nepali population will soon chase Prachanda away because he is the one who has pushed the country to multidimensional conflict, so said United Marxist Leninist leader Pradip Gyawali addressing a program in Kathmandu, August 23, 2012.
A challenge to Prachanda? You can’t.
“The sort of conflict the country is presently facing is perhaps first of its kind in the entire world”, also claimed Gyawali.
12 point agreement must also have been first of its kind signed by your party leaders Mr. Pradip, if you recall.
“The dissolution of the Constituent Assembly was just a step forward for Maoists towards their conspiracy to capture the state,” he said and added, “They have been enacting changes in the constitutional clauses through ordinances and they have already succeeded in creating vacuum in the State constitutional organs. The Maoists are thus inching closer towards their state capture objective.”
“As Maoists do not abandon their state capture conspiracy, the parties will reach to consensus”, he hoped.
The Maoists do not care your weightless words Mr. Gyawali.