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Ram Chandra Jha likely to leave UCPN-Maoist


KATHMANDU: Few months after he joined the UCPN-Maoist leaving the respectable position of CPN-Maoist, senior Communist leader of tarai origin Ram Chandra Jha has hinted that he will leave the party.

Jha, who was supposed to get the portfolio at the Standing Committee of the party, was just given the responsibility of Central Committee leader in the Maoist party.

In his interview to BBC Nepali Service he hinted that he could leave the party if he did not get the senior portfolio in the Politburo, which is the highest body of the party.

He expressed his dissatisfaction after Prachand proposed his name for the post of Standing Committee during the ongoing central committee meeting of the party. He also added that if he did not get respectable position in the party he will not hold any other position rather leaves the party.

Jha blamed Prachanda for breaching his past agreement while proposing manes in the key positions of the party. Jha also expressed his anger over not having representation from tarai in the party’s apex body comprising nine members.

Jha expressed his anger over the attempt made to demoralize him saying he entered in the party after the end of people’s war just for the sake of position and added that he did not have less contribution to the communist movement of the country as of any communist leader.

In a bid to improve its presence in tarai UCPN-Maoist convinced Jha to join the party and offered highest portfolio but it could not materialize its commitment as there is sharp protest in the Central Committee about nomination of officials.

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