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Foreign intervention to internal affairs not acceptable: Dahal

KATHMANDU: At a time when the UCPN-Maoist is alleged of dancing at the tunes of foreigners for the sake of power, Chairperson of UCPN-Maoist Pushpa Kamal Dahal has said that foreign intervention to the internal affairs of Nepal will not be acceptable to his party.

Speaking at a program organized to release a book titled ‘Prayogsala ‘ authored by Kantipur daily Editor-in-Chief Sudheer Sharma in the Capital on Sunday, Dahal claimed that Nepali people are capable of resolving internal affairs of the country and added that there is no need of foreign assistance for it.

“The change that took place in Nepal was the result of the efforts of Nepali people,” said Dahal, hinting at the book’s mentioning about the role played by Indian side. “India has been trying to meddle with micro management in Nepal. But it will be detrimental to India itself.” He called on Indian leadership to desist from instigating Nepali political parties.

He also added that all the changes took place in the Country at the initiation of Nepali people. He revealed that his party had written letters to then Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, China and United Nations during Maoist insurgency, expressing the desire to come to the peace process. He said that he had sent letter to Vajpayee through SD Muni.

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