She made this remark while addressing a program organized in Kathmandu to commemorate 20th death Anniversary of Communist Leader Madan Bhandari, May 17, 2013. Ms. Bhusal was also of the view that under the present hazy political circumstances election was just a distant dream. She further stressed that the political deadlock in Nepal is the result of India’s intolerable interference.
With Rajeshwar Devkota publicly regretting for not being able to retain the institution of monarchy, Surya Bahadur claimed that there is no longer the need to become nostalgic over the issue and thus suggested the party leaders to move forward rather than recalling the institution that is now limited in the pages of history.
“Within the four-party mechanism as well the Unified Maoists is hatching several conspiracies,” claimed Nepal but he did not disclose those conspiracies and added, “We may have to strongly retort to Maoists bullish behavior.” Madhav also hinted towards meager possibility of election taking place even in November.
“Madhesi leaders from our party will be sent to the Hilly region to take part in the election and thus the leaders from the Hills will take part in the election from Madhesh,” he said. Only time will tell if the new strategy will work in a society that has already broken into several parts and pieces with the advent of Maoists in Nepal’s political scene?
The prime agenda for Kamal Thapa led Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal in the forthcoming election is to revive country’s Hindu identity with constitutional monarchy. This the party chairman declared at a press meet in Dadeldhura, May 17, 2013. He also demanded a referendum along with the constituent assembly election to decide the country’s Hindu identity.
“If the political parties arrive at a common understanding in a timely manner could only save the country,” he said and added, “Election should be held after parties arrive at a consensus.” “The country is already taking on to a backward course. Differences between parties could still be solved through dialogue and it is the responsibility of the four parties to create favorable atmosphere for talks”, Biplav advised.
Chinese ambassador to Nepal Wu Chuntai extended the invitation to the United Marxist Leninist Chairman during their meeting at the latter´s residence in Kathmandu.Jhal Nath expressed his sincere gratitude to the Communist Party of China for inviting him for a visit to Beijing. Hopefully Jhal Nath did not weep out of sheer excitation.Dream comes true. But the fact is that Beijing doesn’t trust Khanal.
Chairman Pushpa Kamal of Unified Maoists ridicules that Nepali Nationalism as proclaimed by Nepali Congress and United Marxist Leninist is at a deteriorated state. “At a time when I am entirely focused on taking advantage from the prosperity of our immediate neighbors India and China, I am utterly surprised to hear that Nepali Nationalism is at a deteriorated state,” he said and added, “It is absolutely ridiculous.”
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