Tuesday, September 18, 2007

माओबादिहरु को भागाभाग

माओबादिहरु को भागाभाग
सम्बिधानसभा को चुनबा मा न जितने मओबादिहरु को अनुसन्धान बटा पक्का पक्की देखिये पछि, उनिहरु ले आगामी सम्बिधान सभा लाई बिथोल्ने रननिती मा लागेको छ । आज शान्ती सम्झौता बिपरित को मागहरु पुरा नभये पछी सर्बजनिक राजिनाम दियेर सरकार बाट हटेर कायर्ता देखायेको मात्र होइन जन्ताप्रती उनिहरु कती को गैर्जिम्मेबार छन त्यो पनि प्रमानित गरेको छ ।

माओबादिहरु ले आज राजधानी मा खुल्ला कर्यकरम गरी अर्धभुमिगत रुप्मा फेरी बिध्वन्स मचाउने पक्का पक्की देखियेको छ भने, कतिपय कारयकर्ताहरु बिभिना ठाउमा भागभाग गरी रहेको प्रत्यछ दर्सी ले बतायेको छ ।तर माओबादी का कमान्डर प्रचन्ड लगायतका ले उनिहरु सरकार बाट हटे पनि आन्दोलन शान्तिपुर्ण हुने बताये का छन । यहा उल्लेख्निय कुरा के छ भने माओबादी का क्रान्तिकारिजाथहरु अब नेतृत्व को नियन्त्रनमा नरहेको कुरा स्पस्ट देखियेको छ ।
Maoists quit government, plunge Nepal into uncertainty

By Sudeshna Sarkar, Kathmandu, Sep 18: After 170 days in government, Nepal's Maoists Tuesday walked out of the ruling coalition, accusing Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala and his Nepali Congress of trying to save unpopular King Gyanendra. They also pledged to start a new "people's revolt" for the abolition of monarchy.

"We have left the current government but we will form the government soon," Barsha Man Pun, known by his nom de guerre Ananta, deputy commander of the Maoist guerrilla army, told IANS minutes before the rebels' promised mass meeting in the capital, where they would announce plans for their new protests on the streets of Nepal's towns.
"We have given our resignation," Maoist spokesman and Information and Communications Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara told the media after walking out of a meeting at Koirala's residence Tuesday noon. "We have quit because there was no positive response to our 22 demands... It is going to create a crisis in Nepal's politics.
"However, Mahara said his party was not breaking off the ceasefire it had signed with the government.
The Maoist leader blamed foreign governments for the crisis, saying their interference in Nepal's internal matters had increased. The upcoming election, he said, would degenerate into a farce.
All four Maoist ministers in the government have submitted their resignations. Besides Mahara, they include Physical Planning and Works Minister Hisila Yami, Local Development Minister Dev Gurung, and Women, Children and Social Welfare Minister Khadga Bahadur B.K.
Though Maoist supremo Prachanda held hectic parleys with Koirala and leaders of two other major parties in the ruling alliance Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to reach a compromise, the effort failed as Koirala, backed by the international community, refused to abolish monarchy before the election.
Koirala also refused to change the mixed electoral system chosen for the November election.
The Maoists last month came up with 22 demands, including scrapping Nepal's 238-year-old monarchy through a parliamentary decree and adopting a fully representational electoral system.
These are Maoists' major demands. They are also asking for the integration of their People's Liberation Army with the Nepal Army, a proposal regarded with wariness by the army, their traditional foe.
The Koirala government was also asked to disclose the whereabouts of over 1,000 people missing in the course of the 10-year-old "People's War", pay compensation to their families, and provide support to the people who became disabled while taking part in the pro-democracy movement that ousted King Gyanendra's 15-month regime.
It was apparent Monday that the talks would break down after Koirala ruled out abolishing monarchy ahead o election through parliament, pleading that the international community would not accept it as the current parliament is not elected.
Hundreds of Maoists began marching from different parts of the Nepalese capital, shouting slogans for the abolition of monarchy and waving red flags.
A wave of fear, tension and uncertainty swept through the city, the people fearing fresh violence and strikes.
The pullout is likely to have a severe impact on the November election that is regarded critical for restoring peace and stability in the conflict-torn Nepal.
Janadesh, the mouthpiece of the Maoists, Tuesday indicated that if the government failed to declare Nepal a republic, the election would not be held.
--- IANS

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