CPN-M organising nationwide protest assembly
KATHMANDU: The CPN-Maoist is organising various programs nationwide to mark the Second People’s Uprising on Saturday. Amidst the function they will also launch a protest assembly against the formation of the Interim Election Council (IEC) led by Khil Raj Regmi, which they are dubbing it as an emblem of the major four parties since its formation.
In their protest program here in the capital, six major rallies will start from various corners, and they will converge into a mass assembly at Khullamunch at 2 pm, party spokesperson Pampha Bhusal told THT Online. According to her, party Chairman Mohan Baidhya and General Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa will address the mass assembly in Khullamanch.
She further informed that the party is also organising three other major protest assemblies at Biratnagar, Butwal and Dhangadhi. Party Vice Chairman CP Gajurel is scheduled to address the Dhangadhi assembly, General Secretary Netra Bikram Chand in Butwal, and Secretary Dev Prasad Gurung in Biratnagar.
The party is also organising gatherings in various districts, villages, municipalities and wards, she informed. The party is continuously warning to boycott the purported new elections to the Constitution Assembly citing that the IEC does no bears ability to do so.
CPN-Maoist warns of dire consequences if ignored
KATHMANDU, April 6: The CPN-Maoist has warned that it would cost much if their party, which is a major share of the People´s War, was relegated to back-burner. Addressing a public gathering organized at Martyr Theatre in the capital on Saturday to mark the People´s Movement Day, party Chairperson Mohan Baidhya blamed the four political parties for showing autocratic and authoritarian manner by governing the country in an unconstitutional way.
´The four parties do have no constitutional recognition, they have handed over the strength they possess to bureaucrats. We would not attend the dialogue called by the parties having no strength´, he said. Chairperson Baidhya demanded the formation of joint national government through all-party round-table conference or meeting by scrapping of the consensus and agreement reached among the four political forces.
´Congress and UML are acting at the behest of Unified CPN (Maoist) leaders by ignoring our party – which has been the main force of the People´s War. They all would bear a huge expenses´, Baidhya warned. Underlining the need that nationalists and patriots should team up by making a joint alliance for safeguarding nationality, he urged nationalists in all parties to take part in the struggle of his party.
Cautious to the issue of citizenship certificate, Chairperson Baidhya commented that the country would steer ahead to the destiny of Sikkim with a condition under which true Nepali nationals deprive of obtaining citizenship certificate and accomplice of expansionists get it. He further warned to foil the elections at any expense if it is to be held at the strength of weaponry ignoring consensus.
On the occasion, party general secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa announced that the year 2070 would be the decisive year of revolution and that the revolution would build a new Nepal with independence by sabotaging the feudalist and bourgeois class. Now a conspiracy is being hatched to ignite people to fight each other in the name of ethnicity, he said, underscoring the need to move ahead placing in centre the issue of nationality than the ethnicity.
Hinting at the deadline st by the government to hand over weapons kept for the security of Maoist leaders, he said, ´Bring back the decaying and non-lethal arms; new weapon-manufacturing factories are being established for us´. The UCPN (Maoist) has betrayed people, he said, terming the UCPN (Maoist)´s conclusion that revolution was successful for the people yet to liberate from subservience was surrender.
At the programme, general secretary of Revolutionary Communist Party Mani Thapa claimed that they have forged an alliance of 51 political parties against the unconstitutional move of four political parties. Various leaders speaking on the occasion stressed the need of further effective struggle to dissolve the incumbent government.
KATHMANDU, APR 06 – CPN-Maoist General Secretary Ram Bahadur Thapa has warned that his party will submit old arms to the government and bring new ones for a revolution. Speaking at an assembly organised in the Capital on Saturday, General Secretary Thapa said, “We don’t’ need the old rusted weapons, we will submit it and take new ones to the houses of people.” The CPN-Maoist leader expressed his readiness to hand over the old weapons to the government saying that they have been rendered valueless and worthless. “New arms are being made in factory,” he warned. “They will come to the house of its cadres.”
At the same programme, CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidya warned that his party will foil the elections announced by the current Interim Electoral Government. He challenged the government to should its courage by conducting the elections. Baidya, who broke away from the UCPN (Maoist) in June last year, said that his party was formed after UCPN (Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Vice Chairman surrendered.
Govt urges CPN-Maoist to call off Nepal banda
KATHMANDU, APR 06 – The government has urged the 33 political parties, including the Mohan Baidhya-led CPN-Maoist , to call off the Sunday’s Nepal banda. Issuing a press statement on Saturday, government spokesperson and Minister for Information and Communications, Madhav Prasad Poudel, has said the government ‘s attention was drawn towards the strike announced by the parties.
“Solution to every problem can be sought through talks and negotiations.” ‘The government has geared up for the completion of the fresh Constituent Assembly election as quickly as possible and every problem can be resolved through talks and dialogue, and a door for that was always open’, the statement added. Thirty-three political parties including the CPN-Maoist who are against the election have announced the Nepal banda tomorrow.