CPN-Maoist blames Chand Maoist for being ‘deviated rightist’
KATHAMNDU, Dec 30: Baidhya led CPN-Maoist have pointed out its recently parted faction in the leadership of Netra Bikram Chand as ‘deviated rightist’. The party’s first national assembly that concluded on Monday remarked Chand led CPN (Maoist) politically following thoughts similar that of deviated rightist force. The party had organized national assembly from Dec 26 to 29 in Kathamndu.
Despite visible virtues like of rightist forces in the Chand faction, our party had urged for unity but now CPN (Maoist) intention has truly been known, said leader Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’ during a press conference held to publicize party’s decisions made during national assembly. Leader Thapa said that party has already announced protest programs , if constitution is promulgated by January 22 certainly we will condemn it by burning its draft on January 23. “We have already demanded dissolution of the Constituent Assembly to form Political Assembly with full rights in order to issue new constitution”, said Thapa.
CPN-M Chair Baidya hospitalised‚ pneumonia suspected
KATHMANDU: Chairman of the CPN-Maoist, Mohan Baidya, was admitted at the Norvic Hospital on Monday evening after he suffered from breathing problems. Chairman Baidya was taken to the Thapathali-based hospital as he suffered a bout of common cold and fever, and his asthma started worsening, according to his aide, Arun Upadhyay. The treatment is on, and the doctors have suspected pneumonia. He is being fed oxygen, added Upadhyay.