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Nepal’s Kiran: New Uprising Urgently Needed

Posted by n3wday on June 25, 2009


This article was posted on Telegraph Nepal.

Maoists revolt incomplete, next uprising urgent’


The United Maoists Party’s senior leader Mr. Mohan Baidya Pokharel alias Kiran has opined that the Maoists party should take the path to Peoples’ Uprising-III to form the Maoists’ led National Government.

Mr. Baidya made these remarks talking to journalists on Tuesday June 23, 2009.

“The deadlock must come to an end through the third peoples’ revolt and ultimately to form the National Government, said Kiran..

“The Imperialists and Expansionists foreign powers have provided this puppet government a shape under the command of Madhav Kumar Nepal”, said Kiran adding that the formation of the puppet government is against the mandate of the Nepali population.

“The Maoists’ led revolt is yet incomplete…the next revolt will ensure Peoples’ Republican order and safeguard Nepal’s unique identity”, Kiran also said.

To add, in the ongoing Maoists’ politburo meeting, Maoists leaders C.P. Gajurel, Netra Bikram Chand and Dev Gurung have stood in favor of Mr. Baidya’s line.
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India’s Maoists: The ban will not effect us

Posted by n3wday on June 25, 2009


This article was published on the revolutionary blog Ajadhind.

The ban will not effect us.

The Centre on Monday banned the Communist Party of India-Maoist as a terror organisation to avoid any ambiguity after the merger of the Communist Party of India-(Marxist Leninist) Liberation and Maoist Communist Centre in 2004. However, West Bengal’s Left Front government feels the Centre’s move would make the outfit more aggressive.

A large section of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) feels banning the Maoists will hardly make any difference on the ground and it is better to counter them politically.

On Monday, Gour Chakraborty, the CPI (Maoist) spokesman, told over the telephone that the Centre’s stand would have no effect whatsoever on his party.
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