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Dahal blamed for CPNM-R split

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CPN-Revolutionary Maoist Vice-Chairman CP Gajurel speaking at an interaction organised at the Reporters' club in the Capital on Thursday, May 12, 2016.

File – CPN-Revolutionary Maoist Vice-Chairman CP Gajurel speaking at an interaction organised at the Reporters’ club in the Capital on Thursday, May 12, 2016.

Sindhulimadi, May 23

Senior CPN Maoist (Revolutionary) leader CP Gajurel today accused Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s infiltration into his party for the party’s split.

Gajurel argued that Ram Bahadur Thapa’s action of calling a meeting of the party’s central committee unlawfully and declaring himself party chairman was preposterous.

Stating that Dahal’s wave of influence had swept away the leaves from his party, Gajurel claimed that his party had become stronger and more revolutionary after the recent disintegration.

Gajurel said that new vacancies had opened at Dahal-led CPN Maoist Centre and opportunists were flocking for recruitment.

He termed the unification between the ten Maoist parties a fair for opportunists.

Gajurel commented that CPN Maoist Centre was formed keeping in view future elections. “The process has begun to finish off the communists in the name of party unification,” Gajurel added.

Gajurel stated that India had failed to use Pushpa Kamal Dahal after the KP Oli-led government failed to abide by all the directives and agendas sent by New Delhi.

He ruled out the possibility of KP Oli renouncing power easily.


A version of this article appears in print on May 24, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.


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