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CK Raut’s Ambiguous ‘Janamat Party’ Has Long Term Destabilizing Motive For Nepal and India

Raut was released from jail once he committed to New Delhi and Kathmandu that he would respect the territorial integrity of both the countries, where a slightest of destabilizing activities would have a ripple effect in all 28 states and 8 union territories of India and Province Number 2 of Nepal.

By N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU:- Despite CK Raut’s assurance to the establishments of Nepal and India that he would not provoke Biharis of India and Madhesis of Nepal for a separatist movement, his setting up of a new political entity titled as “Janamat Party” indicates just opposite of what he committed earlier.

CK Raut was in jail for a long time for working against the territorial integrity of Nepal and India, as he was hell bent to set up a new sovereign state by merging the territories of northern Bihar in India and southern territories of Province 2 in Nepal. Maithili and Bhojpuri speaking people have a majority of population in those territories of Nepal and India.

Raut was released from jail once he committed to New Delhi and Kathmandu that he would respect the territorial integrity of both the countries, where a slightest of destabilizing activities would have a ripple effect in all 28 states and 8 union territories of India and Province Number 2 of Nepal.

CK Raut was released from jail as he pledged that he abandoned his earlier demand of holding “referendum” – first in Nepal and then in India – about the so-called right of the Maithili and Bhojpuri speaking people of Nepal and India to seek independence from both the countries.

The Hindi and Nepali translation of the English word “referendum” is the same – Janamat Sangraha. Though Raut abandoned the word “Sangraha” and only took the name “Janamat” for his new political party, he has failed to conceal his vested interest and motive against the sovereignty of Nepal and India.

Raut has been declared the unanimous chairperson of his party, but the Election Commission of Nepal may not accept the name “Janamat” for his new party. There will be validity issues for his new political entity.

Even when he passes the barricades of Election Commission, the Supreme Court of Nepal will never accept an ambiguous and misleading name like “Janamat” for Raut’s political party.

Raut still has time to work honestly and respect the peace agreement he signed with the government of Nepal. If he continues disrespecting what he committed earlier, New Delhi and Kathmandu, and their respective intelligence mechanisms – who highly coordinate on cross-border terrorism issues – will not keep mum. Raut will be continued to be treated at par with a terrorist and separatist posing a threat to the sovereignty of Nepal and India.

It’s better for Raut to change the name of his political party to a non-ambiguous one than to face the consequences for his bad karma.

 

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