PARASI: CPN-Maoist Nawalparasi today announced that it would soon reinstate its kangaroo court to take action against the corrupt persons in the district.
The party said that they would first initiate social action and if that failed to correct the corrupt officials, then the party would not hesitate to go for any kind of punishment as further action. The decision to re-establish kangaroo court comes after the party started receiving complaints from the people that they are not getting justice due to corrupt officials in the district.
Speaking at a press meet in Parasi, CPN-Maoist district in-charge Ashok Lamsal said that people could not get justice both from police and administration so the party would mobilise its national volunteers and make the corrupt stand in front of the kangaroo court.
Dismissing the rumors that the CPN-Maoist would go back to forest, he instead warned, “If the state corners the party, then we would not hesitate to take up guns once more.”
District secretary Mitra Sharan Acharya said that the party has been conducting different programmes in villages, sectors and areas to form national volunteers. He further informed that they have divided Nawalparasi into 12 areas and have declared areas’ districts in-charge as well. It was informed that responsibility has assigned to Mangalsen, Mukti, Hom Nath, Yubraj, Prithvi, Sankalpa, Lok Man, Madhav, Ramprit, Kushal and Suman respectively from Area No 1 to 12.
Similarly, Michael has been declared as the national volunteers’ district chief and Rajeev as deputy-chief. Before the recent party spilt, there were 175 district committee members, among them 98 are in the newly formed CPN-Maoist and 50 are neutral, sources said.