KATHMANDU: Chairman of Nepal Communist Party- Maoist Mohan Baidhya has blamed its mother party UCPN-M once again for surrendering to Indian expansionism.
“They have knelt down to Indian imperialism and expansionism,” said Baidhya speaking at an interaction programme organised in the capital on Saturday.
Baidhya said, Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) inked with India on the initiatives of the incumbent government under the leadership of UCPN-M and its decision to hand over the Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA) management to the Indian firm, exemplifies the same case.
On the same occasion, Baidhya also ruled out the possibility of unity with the UCPN-M arguing that Dahal plotted against the people’s revolt.
According to Baidhya, country is reeling under crisis due to the big three parties—the UCPN-M, the Nepali Congress, and the CPN-UML.
Biplav threatens to take arms against its mother party
KATHMANDU: CPN-Maoist Secretary Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’ threatened to take up arms against its mother party UCPN-M.
Terming the Chairman of UCPN-M Pushpa Kamal Dahal and the vice chairman Baburam Bhattarai as opportunist, Biplav said, “ Sometimes flags and slogans won’t make it, we need to wage wars if required.”
“Dahal and Bhattarai have failed on moral and political ground. They have put the nationalism at jeopardy,” said Biplav speaking at an interaction programme on Saturday.