The failed present state of affairs should be blamed on the government led by (2006-2011) late Girija Prasad (Nepali Congress), Pracanda (Maoist), Madhab Nepal (UML). After the fall of the Maoist led government Madhav Nepal became the Prime Minister with the backing of India. Madhav Nepal could not do any creative works.
The inflation, shortages, corruption, murder, terror, insecurity and anarchy were institutionalized. The UML’s Jhalanath Khanal (supporter of Maoist) has elected the PM post on the 10th of Feb. 2011, with simple majority and all the hunger of post are nervous and sad. Now, the including Congress and UML (pro-Indians), Maoist pro-Indians) parties are puzzled and they got fizzle out. They can’t find the new horizons to write the new constitution.
One thing is clear that the peaceful situation can’t create in Nepal under his leadership because there is no possibility to return of the Maoist seized property and solution of the Maoist army and its weapons. Now, there will be no democratic consensus but Communist regime (anarchism) is starting in Nepal. Jalanath Khanal UML’s Chairman became the prime minister by the support of Maoists. This result is not good for Nepal, democratic world including India also.
I know him- Jhalanath Khanal is one of the corrupt and opportunist Communists. He had been drunk, being a vehement royalist, at the Birendra International Conference Center on the occasion of the golden birthday of King Birendra. Then he used to advocate for nationality and strictly opposed the Maoist. But, since 2006, the UML-Communist Jhalanath became a supporter of Maoist. He is capable of selling the nation for his self-interest. What can you expect from a person, who attempted to destroy the government of Madhav Nepal, a leader of his own party?
During the Pancha era, he was a teacher in Baglung (mid-northern Nepal) where he had insulted by the villagers. And in Kathmandu when he lived in a rented room, he courted the daughter of the homeowner and married her and the lizard-like attitude of his during the royal regime remains in his life story. Can Nepal remain under the shadows of such traitors? The traitors will be subjected to the retribution that the Nepalese will unleash on the mad dogs. ‘Crows are never white from washing.’
The Maoists are using their agendas and are opening a ‘Pandora’s Box’- a one-party communist anarchism. The Maoist Party has own army. The fact is that during the insurgency in Nepal the Nepalese Maoists, enjoyed the Indian soil as safe shelter and also received enough funds and underground trainings for its fighters for arms and explosives in the Indian camps. Through the 12-point agreement, India became a decisive factor to remove the institution of monarchy with the help of the Nepali Maoist, which was declared terrorists by India. India played a double game while dealing with terrorism. Then, why India is opposing the activities of these Maoists now?
It was a great blunder of Indian diplomats- Shyam Saran- former Indian ambassador and former foreign Secretary of India (who is widely credited with bringing the present instability in Nepal), and Sive Shankar Mukharejee, former foreign minister, KB Rajan- former Indian ambassador, Rakesh Sood-present ambassador, Prof. SD Muni (RAW strategist) and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of the Maoists but also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. Among diplomats, Shyam Saran is a very ambitious diplomat who could not calculate the good result.
Now, the Nepalese Maoists, RIM and COMPOSA have been joining together for a one-party system -Communism. Due to the blunders of the culprit Nepalese leaders and the Indian diplomats, nationality and democracy of both countries is in danger. The criminal culture perpetuated by the anti national corrupt political leaders has allowed foreign invasion, destruction of this pious land, border disorder and anti social behavior. I think, due to the Indian Maoist (Naksalite) the Indian security force is becoming weaker day by day.
According to the British PM, Sir Winston Churchill said (64 years ago) about the character of Indian-“Power will go to the hands of rascals, rogues, freebooters; all Indian leaders will be of low caliber & men of straw. They will have sweet tongues & silly hearts. They will fight amongst themselves for power & India will be lost in political squabbles. A day would come when even air & water would be taxed in India.” Now, Indians are showing their double standard- notorious game in Nepal.
The Indian Govt. and its diplomats should realize their diplomatic mistakes that the level of anti-Indian sentiment, has been increasing in Nepal and in all over the world. So, India should study why such sentiments have been increasing. An Indian scholar Dr. Arvind Gupta writes: “The Anti-India feeling in Nepal is at its peak.
The peace process in Nepal is extremely complicated. India helped bring about the 12-point agreement. It is doubtful that India can help bring the peace process to the desired outcome. There is no guarantee that the Constitution will be drafted soon and that even if it is drafted, that it will bring stability. Why have the Indian leaders supported the Nepalese Maoist’s hypocrisy?’
The Congress and Communists are not responsible for the country’s identity and sovereignty. Due to the traitor’s regime, Nepalese identity is danger position. The Christians are very active for Christianity in Nepal. They do not speak a word when Christians move from villages to villages violating Hinduism. Those wanting to sell the nation are taking the support of RAW and CIA. They continue to remain in power to pillage state treasury. Since the time of history the joint effort of the patriotic monarch and people has been thwarting such treacherous conspiracy.
After the people’s uprising in 2006, the intriguers and strangers have jointly initiated a task to bait Nepal in a gamble, so that this nation would never be able to stand firm. Particularly the Indians are active here to make Nepal a failed state and then capture it. The resources were aligned together. Traitors as former PM and leader of NC, late Girija and another culprit, leader of UML, Madhav Nepal were pushed forward and Maoist included for a joint agitation. India had officially declared Maoists as terrorists.
Without the reinstatement of Nepalese monarchy, the situation can’t solve. That will be only the solution to end the crisis but not by such traitors. The Monarchial democracy is very necessary in Nepal. The Congress and Communists are not responsible for the country’s identity and sovereignty. The traitor’s so-called Loktantric regime is failed. The alternative solution is to return to 1990 Constitution with the king to save the sovereignty, identities, unity and democracy. Without the reinstatement of Nepalese Monarchy, the situation can’t solve.