A day after returning from his New Delhi pilgrimage, leader KP Sharma Oli of United Marxist Leninist claimed that Baburam Bhattarai government will be ousted within a week.
In his second visit to New Dlehi in a month, Oli had met with ruling Congress-I leaders Digvijaya Singh, Janardan Dwivedi and Dr. Karan Singh and main opposition party leaders Bhagat Singh Kosiyari and Indian Communist Party-Marxist politburo member Sitaram Yechuri-the first undeclared President of Republic Nepal.
Oli’s prediction came, August 24, 2012 while addressing at a program organized by Nepal Intellectual Society in Kathmandu.
The intellectuals present at the program preferred not to ask the freshly enlightened leader as to what makes him so certain that Bhattarai government will not last for more than a week.
According to sleuths in New Delhi, Oli has been in his frequent visits to New Delhi trying to convince New Delhi rulers that ‘Ethnic Federalism in Nepal’ will only do harm to the entire region. Hmmm!
“We will try to convince Baburam to quit. If he resists we will manage to get him out of government”, he said quite confidently. Has there been slight interruption in the direct line between Nepal’s Baburam and India’s Manmohan?
Meteorological reasons perhaps.
Oli also threatened local NGOs and international donor agencies to stop provoking communal discord in the name of ‘ethnic federalism’.
First time a Nepali leader directly blaming the Europeans in an implied manner though.
Oli also ruled out any possibility of reviving the dead constituent assembly he rather suggested holding parliamentary election.
Oli’s meet with Dr. Karan Singh, of all his irrelevant meets, holds significance.
The UML insiders claim that Oli got himself treated at a New Delhi hospital named after Dr. Man Mohan Singh. The Hospital is presumed to be close to NOIDA suburbs.
Isn’t it a matter of great shame for the Nepalese people to watch their leaders sneaking to Delhi quite frequently and returning loaded with sermons on how to govern Nepal? Shame on the silent population. Enough must be enough.
About half a dozen of Nepali parasites are still loitering around Delhi to receive blessings from those who damaged Nepal in the recent past, if one were to recall. LEKHDA PANI GHIN LAGCHA.