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Nepal: Maoists to Gherao Indian Embassy as Part of New Program

Posted by n3wday on January 7, 2010

This article was published on Telegraph Nepal on January 6, 2010.

Nepal Maoists to Gherao Indian Embassy, Jan. 19: Prachanda

The agitating Unified Maoists’ Party of Nepal has decided that, it will organize protest programs to Gherao the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu and to set on fire all unequal and secret treaties that India had forced Nepal to sign in the past. The programs are part of the party’s forthcoming fourth round of protest programs.

The Party has also set some slogans for the next round of protest programs.

  • ‘Unity among Nationalists and Republicans’
  • ‘Save the National Independence’
  • ‘India: Stop invading Nepali Lands’
  • ‘Indian Army: Quit Nepali Territory’

The Party is set to Gherao Indian Embassy January 19, 2010. The same day it has also planned to Gherao Singh Durbar-the seat of the Nepalese Prime Minister. The Unified Maoists’ Party organized a press meet on January 5, 2010, which was addressed by the party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias Prachanda himself.

Prachanda addressing the press-meet also said that he and his party top-leaders were all set to visit those locations along the open border with India where India has illegally occupied Nepali territories.  “I will go to Mahakali, Babu Ram Bhattarai will go to Susta, Mohan Baidya Kiran will go to Pashupati Nagar, Narayan Kaji Shrestha is heading towards Laxman Pur Dam and Ram Bahadur Thapa Badal will go to Khurdalotan Dam”, Prachanda said.

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