Nepali leaders attain enlightenment only after submitting themselves to the mercy of the Indian deities. This practice right began after the Ranas were driven out of power, in the 1950s. Unfortunately the canon remains intact.
Even Lord Buddha had to travel across the border to attain his real enlightenment.
However, a miracle has just happened in Nepal which claims that Nepali Congress President obtained illumination right being inside the Nepali territory. Mother Nepal is also great in every sense of the term.
Frail NC president now has come to sense perhaps as he very confidently claims that the Nepal Maoists leaders have penetrated deep into his party paraphernalia and been seducing particular leader(s) of their choice and preference by providing various sweet and charming assurances.
“They just want to influence our party leaders to get their selfish acts done”, so claimed Sushil Koirala, August 8, 2012, in Palpa.
Candidly says Koirala that Maoist leaders have been influencing his party men seated in the high level posts by assuring them that they will award the prime Minister ship but, says Koirala with confidence, they will never bag success as the NC was still a strong party.
Perhaps he was referring to Sher bahadur Deuba. A presumption only.
Senior Koirala made these observations in Palpa yesterday at a program to commemorate late B. P. Koirala’s 99th birth anniversary.
“The NC brought the Maoists into the mainstream politics following BP’s reconciliation theory yet the latter has time and again cheated the Nepali Congress”, lamented Koirala.
Koirala however, did not mention as to how much was the contribution of the NOIDA veterans in sending the Maoists back to Kathmandu?
A determined Koirala then vowed that his party will not allow the Maoists party to capture the state come what may. But his party remains in a fractured state. So how will he confront the Maoists?
Unfortunately, late BP is remembered once around this time only. Later the leaders forget the contributions made by this great visionary leader of the country, opine analysts.