CPN-Maoist capture school in Sankhuwasabha
Cadres of Mohan Baidya -led CPN-Maoist have captured a boarding school in Khadbari, Sankhuwasabha. Issuing a press statement, the party said that they have captured Surya Boarding School along with its land and infrastructures. The party has accused the school of transferring the income from the school to USA. The statement accuses the school of charging high fees and exploiting its teachers.
There are about 600 students in the school which was established 30 years ago. The school is owned by Narayan Shrestha who has been residing in USA since some years. The school provides free scholarship for about 150 students. Shrestha had made arrangements for such scholarship from USA. Sankhuwasabha Chief District Officer Bishnu Kumar Karki said that the administration have initiated to return the captured land and property.
CPN-Maoist cadres loot food supplies
MUGU, MAY 18 – CPN-Maoist cadres allegedly looted some five quintals of food supplies being transported in a mule for a mobile camp at Sorukot in Jima VDC on Friday night. According to Suman Malla of Srinagar VDC, the Maoist cadres looted food supplies to hamper the mobile camp to be organised by Sorukot District Administration Office this afternoon. Meanwhile, all the district heads are heading for Sorukot to attend the programme today.
No possibility of joining election process: Baidhya
KHALANGA: CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidhya directed the party cadres to gear up in preparation for a revolution. Addressing the concluding session of party cadres’ training (Seti Mahakali State Committee) in Baitadi Saturday, party Chairman Baidhya denied the possibility that the party would take part in the upcoming Constituent Assembly election in the present situation. He urged the party cadres to make preparations for election by strengthening the organization.
The country was in crisis due to a syndicate of the four political parties, he said, adding that there was no possibility that the party would join the election in the present situation. He said that party was sensitive towards pain and sufferings of the people of far-western. Around 350 cadres from seven hilly districts in the far-western region took part in the two day gathering.