Nepal Today

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Indian Ambassador flies home for consultations (BREAKING NEWS)

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 23 April: Indian Ambassador Rakesh Sood flew home for consultations with his government after extended consultations with Prime Minister Prachand Thursday.
Sood was among eight ambassadors summoned by Prachanda to brief them on an aborted attempt to sack Army Chief Gen Rukmangud Katawal.
India is playing a leading a foreign role in Nepali politics after parties, including Maoists invited them four years ago to intervene in Nepali politics.
Friday if the fourth anniversary of the ouster of the royal regime mainly with Indian, EU and US support of street protests at the invitation of Nepali political parties.
Nepali people are now suffering the consequences.
CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal began discussions with the main opposition and Maoists in government to resolve a political crisis after suddenly snapping a China visit..
The cancellation demonstrates the seriousness of the crisis created by Maoists by demanding an explanation from the army chief for perceived challenge of civilian authority by the army.


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