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Baiddya stresses on unity among nationalist forces


KATHMANDU: Chairman of newly formed CPN-Maoist, Mohan Baiddya, has stressed the need of unity and alliance among the nationalist forces to check ‘growing interference’ from the Indian side.

Releasing a book ‘Why India Panics Nepal?'(Kina Pirolchha Bharat Nepallai)  by Dr Chandraman Bajracharya amidst a programme here Saturday, leader Baiddya urged all the nationalist forces to come to a common ground to safeguard the nationality.

Speaking on the current political developments in the country, Mr Baiddya refuted the possibility of both fresh elections to the Constituent Assembly and resurrection of the dissolved CA in the present situation.

Underlining the need of the emergence of third stream in the politics of Nepal, he accused the major parties of getting involved in the power game.

The Nepali Congress and the CPN (UML) have been waiting for an opportunity to get the state power while the UCPN (Maoist) and the Madhes-centric parties have been attempting to continue the government, he said.

Also speaking on the occasion, NC leader Bhim Bahadur Tamang said the demand for one Madhes one Province was wrong since the Terai is the residence of the people from Maithili, Bhojpuri, Awadhi and Tharu community as well.

Similarly, leftist leader Shanta Shrestha accused Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai of failing to  strongly raise the issues of border encroachment before India.

Border expert Dr Buddhi Narayan Shrestha stressed the need of raising the issues of border encroachment from the government side itself.  RSS

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