Nepal Today

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Secret Nepal Army assessment of Prachanda govt. (URGENT NEWS).

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 27 Aug: Maoists know the party will land in trouble if they don’t give up their attitude during the war, an internal report of Nepal Army for restricted circulation within the Army says, Janaastha reports.
It will be suicidal for Maoists if they can’t win over hearts of supporters who have joined
government abandoning policies, principles, philosophy and principles, the report says.
Their attitude to the army is the most serious issue as they considered the Nepal Army was an enemy and main opposition.
Pushpa Kamal Dahal should consider himself a Nepali Prime Minister to gain army support and not only a Maoist chairman; relations with the army will be one of the biggest challenges for the new government.
Prachanda will encounter difficulties if he attempts to sideline the army amid pressures from the PLA and YCL.
There’s no mention of the integration of the PLA and Nepal Amy anywhere and Maoist attempt to promote it is without logic.
Former guerrillas haven’t been assimilated into mainstream society socially and politically and integration therefore is objectionable from the national security perspective.
FOREING INTERVENTION has increased by in an unprecedented scale; SOME WESTERN countries HAVE MADE Nepal a BASE and are conducting anti-China activities sowing seeds of anarchy and uncertainty.
The army’s morale will he affected when the government chief himself doesn’t trust it; leadership under the circumstances must come out with a clear perception.
The attitude of the international community towards Nepal will be marred when the prime minister’s security is given an anarchist group taking it away from the army, Nepal Police and Armed Police Force.
The tenure of the Maoist government could be shortened with after losing confidence of the security agencies main political power centers at the start.
There are moderates in Maoists as well; Prachanda could be embroiled in an internal party conflict.
USA, UK, India and China are watching the activities of the Maoists closely.

CPN-UML central committee meets Saturday

Kathmandu, 27 Aug: The 20th session of the CPN-UML central committee is being convened Saturday.
The meeting will appoint committees for the eight-day party general convention being held in the capital from 16 Nov, party mouthpiece Budhabar reports.
Party organization restructuring proposal has been completed.

Donors meeting being held Friday

Kathmandu, 27 Aug: A meeting of donors is being held in the capital Friday.
Finance Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has begun work on preparing a delayed annual budget for the fiscal year 2008/09 during the budget session of the CA 5 September.

Army family quarter washed away in Kalikot

Kathmandu, 27 Aug: Landslide triggered by heavy rain washed away Nepal Army family quarter and two other houses overnight at Kalikot district headquarter at zero point,Radio Nepal said.
Ten other families have also been displaced.


Passengers missing as truck falls into in Trisuli

Kathmandu, 27 Aug: Unknown number of people traveling in a truck have gone missing as a truck fell into Trisuli river at Dhading Wednesday morning.
The truck fell into the turbulent river at 10 in the morning.
The truck was heading for the capital from Malekhu.


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