With the failure of the talks, they have expedited internal preparations for disrupting the election. The party rolled-back its earlier protest program including Nepal Bandh announced coinciding the date for filing candidacy after the government rescheduled the date for filing candidacy and has not announced fresh protest programs targeting rescheduled date for filing candidacy. According to Maoist source, the party is mulling to organize strict protest programs targeting the election. However the protest programs will be peaceful.
The party is mulling to organize aggressive protest programs targeting 17 thousand five hundred polling centers across the country to create terror among general public to foil the election. They have been mulling to attack various leaders of different political parties. The party has adopted the policy of creating fearful environment for low turn-out of voters in the polling booth. However the source did not reveal what sort of fearful environment it is creating. It is said that the party will target the candidates of UCPN-Maoist.
The Maoist has been mulling to focus its programs in Western hilly districts as it is confident that Limbuwan cadres, who have been opposing the election, will disrupt the election in nine districts of Eastern Nepal. Maoist has adopted the policy of retaliating in line with the action taken by the government.
The party has decided to give mass arrest in the Kathmandu valley, while the party is mulling to conduct its activities in an underground style. The party became more aggressive after the talks held at the initiation of President Dr. Yadav failed as they were confident that the talks initiated by the President will succeed. They have taken the government’s decision to mobilize army for the election security as a wake-up call for them to adopt necessary policy for retaliation. They have been mulling to convert the election as a battle field and start people’s war but some leaders of the party are not in favor of going to the people’s war immediately.
They are in favor of organizing aggressive but peaceful protests. It seems that they may move to the armed revolt if the government uses excessive force. The party has been saying that the relevancy of peace agreement reached between the then government and the Maoist ended. On the other hand, the government is trying to make the election successful at any cost and saying it will leave no stone unturned for making the election successful. The government has already amended the interim constitution to pave the way for mobilizing army for election security. While analyzing the preparations by both the sides, there is suspicion that whether the election takes place in November or not. However, the people got worried that if the election was held without participation from poll opposing parties, it might not give way-out to the current political stalemate of the country.
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