Nepal Today

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Laxman Prasad Aryal dead

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Retired supreme court justice Laxman Prasad Aryal died Wednesday after a protracted illness.
As coordinator, Aryal helped present rulers draft the interim constitution after a 1990 basic law drafted by the incumbent rulers was shred to pieces by them.
With fundamental and deep difference between major political players a new constitution is unlikely to be rafted within the 28 May 2010 deadline.
Aryal also helped draft the 1990 constitution.
Rarely in the world are there people who draft a replacement constitution by shredding one they helped write raising a question on their fundamental political beliefs and personal credibility.
One politician even claims of having led and participated in five ‘revolutions’ in Nepal in 50 years.

Maoist protests greet president in Lumbini

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Maoist protesters Wednesday greeted President Dr Ram Baran Yadav with black flags at Lumbini, the birthplace of The Buddha.
Yadav flew into Lumbini from Pokhara where he was also greeted with Maoist protests Tuesday.
Maoists are opposing what they call the president’s unconstitutional decision to retain sacked Army Chief Rukmangud Katawal who has retired.

Two Indians arrested with socket bombs

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Two Indians were arrested with 10 socket bombs in Lalitpur Monday.
Arun Singh and Mahamud Rashit had links with Madesh Tigers, police said.

Indian dacoits kill to in Sunsari

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Armed Indian dacoits from across the border killed two persons in Sunsari overnight.
The villagers were killed when they fought off the thugs.

Party flags banned at Maoist cantonments and camps

Kathmandu, 16 Sept: Portraits of political party leaders and party flags will be banned at 28 cantonments and satellite camps when a code of conduct for 19,000 plus combatants is enforced.
A technical committee of the special committee on supervision, integration and rehabilitation of Maoist combatants of
submitted its suggestion Tuesday to Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal who heads the special committee which will discuss it later this week for implementation.
The 20-point suggestion bans the movement of armed Maoists outside the camps.
A special civilian committee has been suggested to manage the PLA; the committee comprises retired army and police officers and Maoists.


“The manner in which our president, prime minister, foreign minister, and Chief of the Army have gone out of their way to meet the Foreign Secretary of India Nirupama Rao simply makes all proud Nepalis shake their heads in shame.”

(Rajesh Sen, The Kathmandu Post, 16 Sept.)

‘The present government is elected by the people. I am also a representative of the people.”

(President Dr Ram Baran Yadav, Republica, 16 Sept.)


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