Prime Minister Baburam has served orders to his men to take to task the cadres of Nepal Communist Party-Maoists trying to disrupt Indian vehicles from plying in the streets of Nepal.
A press note issued by Prime Minister’s secretariat reads, ‘any activities intended at maligning state of bilateral relations with any of the neighbors cannot be tolerated’. He adds, breaking laws under the political cover will be harshly dealt with.
He has ordered security personnel to quickly take the law and order situation under control.
Jayant must be happy man now! Baburam was by all means a good choice and it is time that Bhattarai exhibited his JNU talent.He has already initiated the process.
In the mean time, ruling Unified Maoists and Madhesi alliance have separately demanded strong actions against the NCP-Maoist for carrying out anti-India activities in the country.
Both the parties have said that the fresh NCP-Maoist overture is intended at maligning Nepal’s cordial bilateral ties with India.
The Unified Maoists and the Madhesi alliance had held a meeting, September 28, 2012, where apart from Madhesi leaders, Prime Minister Baburam and Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal were also present.
Reports quote Chairman Dahal as saying in the meeting, “Mitra Rastra Bharat Sangako Sambandha Bigarne Kam thik Bhayena ra hunu bhayena.” (Activities that are intended at maligning friendly relations with India are not good. It should not take place.) Hilarious!
He also said, “In the name of so-called nationalism, those people and forces trying to push the country into difficult situation should be taken to task.” This was Prachanda- the so-called ferocious of the NOIDA era speaking.
Views expressed by leaders of Madhesi alliance at the meeting too was similar to what Chairman Dahal said.