Nepal Today

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Maoist division commanders meet; other details

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 21 Sept: Seven Maoist division commanders began a meeting in Shaktikhor camp, Chitwan, Friday to discuss among other issues the future of 19,000 Moist combatants pushing for integration in Nepal Army.
Ruling parties are opposing mass integration of combatants in the state army.
Chairman Prachanda is imparting training to them at the camp.
Maoists are also holding the last public meeting of their second phase anti-government and anti-president campaign in Chitwan Friday.
Prachanda Thursday demanded an amendment in the constitution to meet demands to end a four-month political impasse.
Maoists have threatened to continue their protests.
Two Maoist representatives at a meeting of the special committee on supervision, integration and rehabilitation headed by Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal Thursday opposed a proposal to bring combatants under the special committee.
Government proposed to bring the Maoists under committee control after what it also called ineffective UNMIN monitoring of 28 cantonments and satellite camps as armed Maoists move freely in and out and criminal activities are rife.


“Some minor mistakes and disputes are common within a democratic party but newspapers are making it an unnecessary propaganda.”

(UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal, The Rising Nepal, 18 Sept.)

‘We’ve talked a lot; now’s the time to work. In Nepal there’s a lot of talk without work.”

(UN Resident Representative Robert Piper, Annapurna Post, 18 Sept.)


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