Koirala, who is visiting the United States for his health treatment, informed that the split in the Maoist party was aimed at derailing the democracy. He also informed that failure to hold the elections of the constituent assembly at the stipulated time could be the issue of security concern for whole South Asia. Stating that the democratic forced contributed a lot to bring the then rebel Maoist party into the political mainstream, Koirala suspected that the split of Maoist party may be a ploy to derail democracy as the CPN-Maoist has announced to boycott the elections.
Hinting at the Southern neighbor Koirala said all should be cautious as the CPN-Maoist has been saying that they would boycott the elections and go for revolt, while on the other hand Indian Maoist has been expediting the violence. Koirala, who is negative towards India, added that all should be cautious in this regard.
He also made it clear that the announcement of Baidya led CPN-Maoist to boycott the election and indecisiveness of UCPN-Maoist may affect the election and added, “If the election does not take place on November 19, it might pose security threat to the whole South Asia.” He also added that the friendly nations should support Nepal to strengthen democracy in Nepal.
He also held senior leader of Nepali Congress Sher Bahadur Deuwa responsible for weak performance of the party. He further added that although he has shown maximum flexibility, senior leader Deuwa has taken it as his weakness and misused his flexibility. Koirala also appealed all democrats of Unites States to support for strengthening the democracy of motherland. Koirala is critical to Deuwa after India accorded top priority to leader Deuwa during his latest visit.
Koirala will return back to Nepal after participating in the inaugural session of conference of Association of Nepalese in America (ANA) and after meeting with some democratic leaders.
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