WikiLeaks Nepal: Maoists Deny Funding from India
Posted by D and I Consulting on December 6, 2010
“Refuting the report, C.P. Gajurel, senior Unified Maoists’ Party leader told journalists in Kathmandu that his party has never accepted financial support from any source.”
The following appeared on Telegraph Nepal. As always we urge readers to remember that these reports are at this point still coming to us through the bourgeois press – who have their own motives and worldview. No one should assume that these are accurate, and we will analyze and quote actual texts as they become available.
Much ahead of the WikiLeaks disclosure, there was widespread belief in Nepal that Indian establishment had extended its full-fledged support to the Maoists rebellion from providing trainings to the Maoists’ Militias to arming them as well, food and shelter included.
The rebellion came to an unexpected end only after the death of some 15,000 innocent men and women.
Why the Indian regime wanted the Nepalese to be killed by the Nepalese is yet a mystery. Perhaps soon this mystery will be made public thanks WikiLeaks.
In the US government’s secret document, the Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao is quoted as accepting that India had provided monetary incentive to the Maoists but the strategy did not work as per the Indian expectations to gain their favor.
Support for mal intentions usually fail.
Refuting the report, C.P. Gajurel, senior Unified Maoists’ Party leader told journalists in Kathmandu that his party has never accepted financial support from any source. If we are proven guilty we are ready to face any action, he also claimed.
Poor Gajurel did not reveal as to who will do what sort of investigation into the issue and who will be proven guilty?
In the course of his speech, Mr. Gajurel who is taken as a hardliner in the party said that with the departure of United Nations’ Political Mission (UNMIN) from Nepal, the UN agencies will continue to support peace process.
As if he were the spokesperson of the UN Mission said Gajurel, “The UN will not leave anything in tatters.”
As is the normal practice of majority of Maoists’ leaders, Gajurel also threatened revolt if the peace process and constitution drafting process did not come to positive end in six months remaining period.
WikiLeaks terror appears to have already rocked the Maoist paraphernalia.