Gajurel: Capturing the State is Maoist Ultimate Objective
Posted by Ka Frank on February 13, 2010
This article appeared in Telegraph Nepal on February 12, 2010.
Nepal Maoists ultimately want state capture: C.P.Gajurel
Chandra Prakash Gajurel, Seceratry, Nepal Maoist party, February 10, 2010, making a grand revelation in Biratnagar, has said that “Indeed my party wants to Capture the State”. He made these hairraising remarks while addressing the concluding session of his party’s “Organisation, Struggle and Transformation campaign” in Biratnagar, February 10, 2010.
“We want to draft the new constitution on time but the 18 party conglomerate are not allowing us to do so”, said a pretty annoyed Gajurel. “The 18 parties are hell bent on not to draft the constituition on time”, he added. Dubbing the coalition of 18 parties as “unholy and unnatural”, Gajurel further says that “these parties are pushing the country into yet another civil war”.
He encouraged his attending party cadres and the likes by stating that “the war continues yet, however, only the war has seen some sort of transformation at the moment”. “Yes! We want to Capture the State, there should be no illusion over our ultimate objective”, declared a beaming Gajurel. He, however, clarified that the movement against India was not aimed against the people but was definitely against the Indian expansionism.