“He (PM Baburam) was the one who submitted a letter demanding ban on Indian vehicles to the then Sher Bahaudr Deuba led government. The same person is threatening to take action against us. He has totally lost his morale,” says spokesperson Pampha Bhusal of NCP-Maoist.
Impact of June 2002 Maoists-India Government Agreement.
She was talking to the Nagarik National Daily, dated September 20, 2012.
“He is not doing politics in Nepal. He is only paying price of salt (Indian)”, so said Ms. Bhusal.
Is she talking of India donated AYO NOON? But Nepali people pay the price of the salt. It is not a free gift as many people have been given to understand.
“Nepali vehicles that undergo due procedures to obtain permit to travel to India have to face unnecessary hassles from the Indian side. No one is speaking in this regard. We can clearly see their nationalism and bidesh bhakti”, she adds.
Ms. Bhusal, if she recalls, remained engaged with this group for several years. How to understand her own engagement in the party that she has very freshly quit?
Says Bharat Bam, the party central committee member, “The decision to ban Indian vehicles has been made in response to mental torture and hassles the Nepali travelers have to face in India. India too has imposed ban on Nepali vehicles. The decision will continue until Nepal government takes formal decision to ban Indian vehicles.”
Yet the NCP-Maoists has relaxed the movement of Indian vehicles that come to Nepal with necessary essential goods.Good decision.
Two step backward. The communist phenomenon.