Nepalese Maoists and Current Situation in Nepal

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The Maoists are opening a ‘Pandora’s Box’ (evil collections) in the name of so-called ‘Civilian Supremacy’. Actually, after the election of Constituent assembly – 2008, the Maoist, UML and Madhesi based government failed in their commitment. The Maoist-led government has failed to maintain the rule of law and failed to provide social justice to the common people.

Due to the Maoist leadership, the rule of law, Judiciary, Nepal army, and the prestige of Nepalese identities including Pashupatinath, religious culture and traditions are all in peril. The Maoists, during the insurgency, destroyed infrastructure, including hydro-power projects, irrigation projects, radio stations, television, suspension-bridges and telephone towers. So, the poor Nepalese people are still in pain. Now, the Maoists have no vision and honesty how to move the nation.

What is ‘Civilian Supremacy?’ To establish one-party Communist rule?

The Delhi 12 point agreement 2005 has been the major cause of creating the crisis and disintegration. Now, Nepalese Maoists, RIM and COMPOSA have joined hands for one-party anarchist-Communist rule. The Nepalese people are not secure. The situation is very dark. But the Maoists are dancing before Government offices in the name of protest for so-called ‘Civilian Supremacy’. Actually, they are fizzling out. If the situation cannot be solved in time under the leadership of the nationalists, Nepal as well as India can’t be secure. The Maoist regime was just like a poisonous wine in a new bottle.

We, the Nepalese people, are suffering from the notorious activities of traitors as well as UNMIN. Nepalese people had expected that the UN’s role would be impartial. But the UN could not remain neutral. The UNMIN listens only to the Maoist rebels and the corrupt leaders of the so-called big parties and totally disregarded the aspirations of the majority of the Nepalese people. In the meantime, UNMIN also is actively supporting the Maoist agenda. UN General Secretary Ban Ki-Moon has also been misguided by UNMIN and Ban Ki-Moon has urged a national government with Maoist participation. And he asked the government to not recruit new personnel in the Nepal army and also not provide lethal arms to the Nepal army, the national security force.

That is not the joke for Nepal and India. The Nepalese and Indian leaders could not understand the grand-design of the Maoists. The Maoists are going to establish anarchism in Nepal. Maoists used to claim to be nationalist. But they are completely exposed by their confused and non-political activities. All of this was started by the Delhi 12 point agreement in 2005.

What were the pitfalls of the Constitution of 1990? Why was it suspended without reason? What kind of new constitution do they want?

These are the causes of crisis in Nepal. The Nepalese democratic exercise faced a black period in between 2005-2009. During this period, Nepalese people tolerated the worst political practices of the corrupt leaders.

The so-called People’s movement II which was guided by India, had two vital agendas – Republic and Secular state. Without analyzing the assumption, the some Indian leaders supported the Nepalese Maoist’s hypocrisy. I am sorry to write that it was a great blunder by Indian diplomats – Shyam Saran, Sive Shankar Mukharejee and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of the Maoists but also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. ‘Crows are never the white for washing.’

Maoist leader Prachanda recently said “If there is another revolt at least one million people may lose their precious lives. We need to be very careful at this juncture, to stop the casualties. When the people revolt they obliterate everything. If the mandate of the CA election is further ridiculed we will declare war” What is that? The Maoist wants to come to power but the dirty way. ‘A dog’s tail in a barrel always crooked’.

Similarly, the Maoist leader Mr. Bhattarai says – ‘After the abolition of the monarchy, would try to resist, and our main contradiction then would be with the bourgeois democratic parties. After April 2009 [when Prachanda resigned from government], that phase of the Constituent Assembly and implementation of the bourgeois democratic republic was more or less complete. We had formulated the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), we had our base areas, we had a lot of mass support, and all this we have been able to preserve. The PLA is still with us, and the arms we collected during that war are still with us within the single-key system, monitored by the United Nations team, but basically the key is with us and the army is with us and we have never surrendered. We are still continuing in the path of revolution.’

What is that? Can Indian leaders and America and UN diplomats answer?

Nepal has been facing a series of problems due to the mistake of abolishing the royal institution. History says and everybody knows the monarchy is a symbol of Nepalese unity and democracy. An irresponsible leadership in the government, the corrupt mentality of political leaders as well as the bureaucrats, all are responsible for the plight of Nepal. The government or the so-called big parties are neither responsible nor sincere in solving these problems.

The reality is that after the removal of the King, not only nationality, but the risk of the nation fading is increasing every day. If we don’t accept the King’s existence then trouble will be seen in the existence of the nation. So, the King’s necessity is being felt more than ever. The monarchy is the oldest and strongest foundation of Nepal’s nationality and democracy. The so-called republic can’t protect the sovereignty of Nepal.

The situation of Nepal is getting worse day by day. If effective action is not taken, all the situations would further deteriorate. Some Tarai-based groups are demanding – ‘One Madhesh One Province’ which is never feasible for good governance for the Tarai people. Geographically, ethnically, linguistically and socially the people can’t be integrated in One Province. For example, Maithili, Bhojpuri, Abadhi, Tharu, Rajbanshi, Dhimal and Nepali are among the dominant languages in use in different places. It is an annoyance for Hill-origin people as well as the indigenous tribes. Because of the different linguistic groups, ‘Nepali’ has become the lingua-franca (communicative language) for many years.

Every citizen and caste in Tarai is furious because some culprit wants to introduce Hindi to eliminate all the rich and old languages and rich culture of our Tarai people. To disintegrate a country, it is necessary to destroy religion, culture, languages and the way of life of the people. So, the antinationalists want to finish the Tarai people’s language, culture and way of life by introducing Hindi culture and language – introducing Indian dominance. To protect the language and culture all nationalist Tarai people should be aware of it. The reality is that the people have no power and are ignored by the culprit leaders. The agent leaders of Tarai have not accepted the People’s opinion in Tarai because the indigenous people of Tarai are not in leadership.

Nepalese people feel ashamed of the so-called leaders who are making slogans to build a New Nepal. They are trying to fool the people. The so-called founders of the Republic Nepal made us ashamed before the world. The power mongers, opportunists, corrupt, ethics-less, kidnappers and killers are now the advocates of the so-called new Nepal – Federal Republic Nepal. The democratic powers like USA, European Union, UNO and others are not sounding against the undemocratic attitude in Nepal.

So, the only way to stop more bloodshed and to save democracy is by re-establishing constitutional monarchy and strengthening parliamentary democracy.