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Split-Off Group Criticizes Unified Maoist Party

Posted by n3wday on July 14, 2009

nepalThis article was sent out on the Maoist Revolution e-list. The splinter party led by Yadav renamed itself CPN(Maoist) after the Maoist party changed its name to Unitied CPN(Maoist).

CPN (Maoist) party cadres have been seizing land from the feudal lord

Matrika slams UCPN (Maoist)

Kantipur Report JANAKPURDHAM, July 10 – Matrika Yadav, who heads the dissident Maoist party, on Friday charged that the Unified CPN (Maoist) is a congregation of corrupt leaders.

Yadav, who is trying to extend the organisation of CPN (Maoist), claimed that people will raise their voice against the party laden with dishonesty.

Stating effort is being made to alter the name of Madhes, he claimed the existence of Madhesi leaders in the UCPN (Maoist) is for the showing purpose.

Referring to the electoral loss of Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal in the Constituent Assembly (CA) elections, Yadav pointed out that UCPN (Maoist) Pushpa Kamal Dahal committed the biggest mistake of his life by appointing Nepal as CA member.

Institutionalisation of republic is a difficult proposition as long as the same orthodox and feudalist people remain in the government, said he.

Yadav further claimed that people have been encouraged after he broke up from the UCPN (Maoist) to form a new party. He went on to claim that his party cadres have been seizing land from the feudal lords and distributing to the landless in the Madesh. Yadav threatened to capture houses of the corrupted in near future.

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