Nepal Today

Friday, September 18, 2009

Prachanda warns of revolt; other details

By Bhola B Rana

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Chairman Prachanda again warned Saturday Nepali Congress and CPN-UML Maoists will start launch a popular revolt after dasain if the two parties don’t respond to the ‘maximum flexibility’.
Prachanda repeated the warning to reporters in Chitwan Saturday one day after the Maoist strongman issued the same threat at a public meeting in Bharatpur on the last day of their second phase of anti-government and anti-president protests to restore what Maoist call civilian supremacy.
‘There’ll be a decisive movement after dasain; the movement will also be a popular revolt.
‘Beware. You’ll suffer Gyanendra’s fate if you seeking persons to kick you with boots,” Prachanda warned.
Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal and Nepali Congress President Girija Prasad Koirala discussed ways to end the four-month political impasse.
with an agreement to form a small mechanism to end the deadlock.
Meanwhile, parliament was prorogued until 7 October for a dasain recess.
Maoists have been obstructing parliament for four months after being ousted from government.

Three Janatantrik Terai Mukti Morcha workers arrested

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Police arrested three workers of Janatantrik TeriMukti Morcha from a house in Dhankuta Saturday morning.
Police didn’t reveal their identify.
Police surrounded the home and took the trio into custody.

Badadasain 2066 starts

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Badadasain 2066 started Saturday with ghatastaphana.
Dasain ghars were established at homes and devotees flocked to temples with the start of the festive season.
Auspicious time for tika on 28 September is at 10.55 in the morning.

Kul Prasad KC sent to technical committee

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Maoists have sent politburo member Kul Prasad KC to a technical committee to assist a special committee on integration.
KC replaces Barsha Man Pun who has been appointed to the special committee.

RPP-Nepal collects 2,3 million signatures

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: RPP-Nepal has collected 2.3 million signatures in a nation-wide campaign demanding referendum on three issues: Hindu state, constitutional monarchy and federal structure.
The signatures were delivered to Speaker Subash Nemwang Friday.

Maoist combatants demand integration in Nepal Army

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Maoist commanders disqualified by UNMIN have demanded integration in Nepal Army, Rajdhani reports from Chitwan.
Division commanders of seven cantonments Friday held a meeting at Shaktikhor and reiterated the demand with Chairman Prachanda.
Prachanda imparted training on integration.
“Commanders emphasized the tradition to appoint army chief through foreign intervention,” said division headquarter chief Kuber at the end of the camp.

Chief justice leaves for Russia

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Chief Justice Min Bahadur Rayamajhi lf for Russia Firday as lead of a five-member judicial team.
Rayamajhi left for Moscow reciprocating a recent visit of his Russian counterpart.
Efforts are ongoing to strengthen ties between judiciaries of the two countries.

Maoists push to acquire land without compensation

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: With Maoist support, the natural resources and revenue sharing committee of the CA Friday approved by majority a proposal to seize excess land without compensation.
Nepali Congress, CPN-UML and terai parties opposed the Maoist drive.

Supreme court permission for eight brigadiers

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: The supreme court Friday gave its approval to eight brigadier generals to withdraw petitions flied against the then government of Prachanda who had stopped the extension tenure for two years by Nepal Army.
The brigadiers claimed the government intervention was illegal.
The successor government extended the tenure after the fall of the Prachanda more than four months ago.

More than 16,000 killed in Maoist people’s war

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Altogether 16,274 persons were killed during the people’s movement, Annapurna Post reports.
The government-appointed committee headed by former secretary Gobinda Prasad Pandey submitted its report to the peace ministry recently.

Obama to presented Everest rock

Kathmandu, 19 Sept: Sherpas of Nepal have sent a rock from the summit of Mount Everest to be presented to US President Barak Obama to highlight the negative effect of climate change on the Himalaya.
The rock was delivered by the community Friday to Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal for delivery to the president.
Nepal leaves for New York next week to attend a UN general assembly session and a meeting with Obama on the sidelines of the assembly session.


“Hong Kong is also part of China. I made a lot of Chinese friends when I was prime minister. I met them.”

(Chairman Prachanda after retrrning home from Hong Kong, Kantipur, 19 Sept.)

“Yes. Maoist chairman proposed I become prime minister. I don’t want to get involved in the dirty game of power politics to become prime minister.”

(Congress vice-president Ram Chandra Paudel, 19 Sept.)


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