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 NC MPs demand Sitaula's resignation
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Posted on 07-10-06 2:50 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Today NC MPs had an urgent meeting to demand Home Minister Sitaula's resignation. However, this meeting has been postponed till 7am tomorrow (July 11, 2006) to deicide this matter. The reason for resignation demand: NC MPs say that Sitaula did not tell GP about his eight point agreement with Maoists terrorists. In fact they say that Sitaula is acting more as a representative of maoists terrorists. And that he did not tell GP anything about this 8 point agreement. Keeping GP in the dark!!!!! Read: nepalnews.com & ekantipur/kathmandu post of today (July 10, 2006). Please comment!!!!! This is really an important development!!!!!
 
Posted on 07-10-06 4:00 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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What stupid!!! 8-point agreement was done in the GP's residence with prachanda , Madhav kumar Nepal and GP himself present. That agreement has the signature of GP, Madhav ...... Now is GP blind or are you blind not to see what this 8-point agreement is and when it was signed where it was signed, where the meeting took place...everyone of us were informed about the 8-point agreement...all the newspapers printed the 8-point agreement...
 
Posted on 07-10-06 4:06 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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And these MP's who are asking for Sitaula's resignation are jealous of him and they don't want peace process to be successful. Whole Nepal knows Sitaula's effort to bring the peace in country. I am not biased but i want peace in Nepal as soos as possible. Wanting resignation of Home Minister at this hour will do nothing but to disrupt the ongoing peace process. May be on Nepal, if anyone tries to do good, they are not allowed...I have some hopes of peace...but if jealous politicians go on shouting in this way...I am afraid peace will go very far away....let Nepal have peace soon.....
 
Posted on 07-10-06 4:08 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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My near ones are the victims of maoists and I can understand what peace means...all of us are longing for peace...I strongly hope and wish that it will soon come...
 
Posted on 07-10-06 5:07 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mr. K. P. Sitaula is doing superb job for at this time. I never liked him before though he was another Hanuman (1st being Khume) of Girija. Sitaula, Pradeep Giri, Mahantha Thakur, Com. Prakas, Bamdev Gautam had worked very hard for the 12th point agreement which is helping to bring Maoist to the mainstream. Go Sitaula Go..
 
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Nepal rebels say will not surrender arms 10 Jul 2006 12:52:53 GMT Source: Reuters By Gopal Sharma KATHMANDU, July 10 (Reuters) - Nepal's Maoist rebels will not surrender their arms before next year's elections for a special assembly to map out the embattled Himalayan nation's political future, a top rebel leader said on Monday. "Let everybody be clear -- we'll never surrender our arms," Baburam Bhattarai, seen as number two to Maoist chief Prachanda, told Reuters in an interview. "We want the restructuring of the state and the army. In that restructured army our army will also be integrated." Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala, appointed after King Gyanendra relinquished absolute powers following democracy protests in April, last month agreed to include the Maoists in an interim government. The government is charged with overseeing the election of an assembly that will draft a new constitution and decide the future of the monarchy -- a key demand of the Maoists, whose decade-long fight for a Communist state has left more than 13,000 people dead. The United States, which provides $45 million aid annually to impoverished Nepal -- more than 10 percent of total aid -- has threatened to withdraw funds if the Maoists, who it lists as terrorists, join the interim government without giving up arms. The rebels have been inconsistent in their stand about whether the United Nations should be involved in monitoring arms held by Maoists and government troops in the run-up to the polls, despite a request from Koirala last week to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan. The Maoists, who supported this year's democracy protests, began peace talks with the new multi-party government in May -- the first since 2003 -- but Bhattarai said progress had been slow. "LACK OF WILLPOWER" "Basically there seems to be lack of political willpower on the part of some in the government," he said, sitting on the balcony of a Kathmandu building. But Bhattarai, who is considered a key ideologue of the rebels, said he and Prachanda were quietly meeting diplomats and political leaders to boost talks. "There is tremendous pressure from the people who want to make the peace process a success," Bhattarai said, adding that the rebels would not return to war. He accused some forces, such as royalists and supporters of political parties within the interim government, of trying to sabotage the talks but said he was determined to make the peace process a success. Bhattarai said the guerrillas had no regrets about the war, which has ravaged infrastructure and displaced more than 200,000 of the country's 26 million population. "We are proud of it. We have changed the whole scenario -- political, economic, social and cultural scenario in the country," he said. Nepali political parties say the rebels have violated a ceasefire code of conduct signed in May and are still extorting money from the people and captured civilians.
 
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Karmarana & others, thanks for the input. By the way the decision on 'Sitaula' by NC has been postponed till tomorrow (July 12, 2006 Wendesday). Nepali style: everything is 'bholi' while the country suffers from non-governance! Shameful.
 
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Thanks to the people who are Royalists and Nationalists...all the SPAMmer supporter/terrorism supporters should be crushed before they raise up their heads...together we can do anything...we will bring a SPAM free democracy and monarchy in Nepal...
 


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