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Gajurel: No Compromise on Nepal’s Sovereignty

Posted by n3wday on June 29, 2009

gajurel_of_the_UCPN_Maoist_nepalThis article was published on Telegraph Nepal.

No compromise on Nepal’s nationalism: Gajurel

One of the senior member of the Maoist party Secretariat, Mr. C. P. Gajurel aka GAURAV, has stressed that there was the urgent need for waging a fierce struggle in order to preserve Nepal’s sovereignty, national independence and against what he called “increasing foreign interference”.

Mr. Gajurel made this fervent appeal while addressing a program organized by one HR organization in Kathmandu, June 24, 2009, on the topic, “Nepal’s Border Security and the Citizens’ Rights” in Kathmandu.

“It is now time that the common citizen be militarily trained who in turn could safeguard the national independence”, opined Gajurel.

Gajurel saw the need, as he puts it, “the unity among the entire nationalist forces scattered in different political paraphernalia has now become urgent”.

“For this we need to come under one Front”, he elaborated.

According to Gajurel, the “Maoists yesterday did not compromise on Nepal’s nationalism nor will do so tomorrow”.

Gajurel says, “Now it was the opportune moment to expose the pseudo nationalists by making the real nationalists, patriots and the left forces to come under one umbrella in the name of the nation”.

The noted border expert, Mr. Buddhi Narayan Shrestha cautioned the government not to get carried away by the Indian regime’s freshly sketched rough and fake Nepal-India border demarcation map which the Indian side wants Nepal to approve while the Nepal Prime Minister will shortly be in Delhi.

Mr. Phanindra Nepal of Greater Nepal fame, Prof. Dr. Surendra K.C and Communist leader Sadhya Bahadur Bhandari also spoke on the occasion and demanded that a movement had become quite urgent in order to reinvigorate the waning Nepal’s nationalism.

The chairman of the HR organization Mr. Bishnu Pukar Shrestha urged all to become sensitive as and when our lands are being swallowed up by the adjoining neighbor.

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