India failed in taming Nepal Maoists: Senior Journalist Ghimire

Yub Raj Ghimire

Nepal Senior Journalist, Annapurna Post, August 5, 2011

India after the 12-Point agreement took Maoists as the real representatives of the Nepali population and took it for granted that it could discipline the Maoists time permitting. However, when the Nepali Monarchy was ousted in a humiliating and unconstitutional manner, India remained tight lipped. Since then, India could not even domesticate the Maoists as it had thought so but not even the President’s office that had replaced the Monarchy could be institutionalized. In the period after the Madhesh uprising of 2006- which might have political and economic elements in it, save some exceptions, the majority of the corrupt leaders became India’s trustworthy partners.

Yub Raj Ghimire
Nepal Senior Journalist

Annapurna Post, August 5, 2011

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  • Posted on - 2015-07-08    by     Desert
  • 12 points or thereafter was nothing but a start of process that was to make Nepal without Nepali or their best interest taken into account. So the germination was on bad premise so no matter what shithead like shituala or other leaders talk about federalism, loktrantra rather than prajatranta it's all bullshit. These leaders sold thier soul to be relevant which they still lack. To think of it, there is no nepal is them rather bid to highest bidder. Each and every action they have taken since has only made this nation weaker and weaker. But I believe in Nepali. Day is not far where paid raw operative like shitoula having lost an election gets to presides over constitutional making process will face the wrath. Nepal will rise over these carpetbaggers, double crossers and traitors.
  • Posted on - 2013-01-11    by     krishna gopal singh
  • It is surprising and deeply troubling that the so called sambhidhan sabha took such unconstitutional steps many time and majority of nepalese including many of so called intellectuals have not yet condemned such a unconstitutional and undemocratic steps.
  • Posted on - 2011-09-24    by     bhimrajgurung
  • I hold Ghimire with high esteem.Here I beg to differ with Mr Ghimire.Maoists tamed the all powerful king and all other parties were tamed and badly mauled by the earstwhile 'King' !! There lies the difference.
  • Posted on - 2011-08-08    by     Chintit Nepali
  • The so called 12 point Delhi accord grandly prepared by India which was blinndly accepted by Nepali Congress leader late GP Koirala was fatal cause of current mess.It's was a suicidal mistake of NC to accept a conspiratorial agenda to completely sideline the institution of monarchy in exachnge of leaving the arms and army of Maoist.So,NC still in process of losing it's credibility and reliability.
  • Posted on - 2011-08-08    by     Krishna Bahadur
  • This is amazing to hear those words out of someone like one former Kantipurian. Didnít he and others help to spread Maoistsí propaganda during those days? Coming from news and media, how could he fail to get how deliberately Kantipur was helping Maoists to mislead the ordinary people then? This is appalling. If you are honest and loyal to the people, admit what happened.
  • Posted on - 2011-08-08    by     Nepalese of Nepal
  • May Nepalese people still want to know! Why the before Maobadi later Maoists created in Nepal? And late Girja managed safe land to them. Do we Nepalese know what was the reasons behind?