Maoists have alternate plan if peace process fails

Kathmandu, August 19:

The CPN-Maoist cadres are busy strengthening their sister organisations to organise a mammoth movement if the peace process failed, a Maoists leader said today.

“We are not returning to the jungle even if peace process fails. Rather, we will begin a movement that will lead the Nepali people to do away with the feudal powers,” said Amar Tamu, the president of Maoist affiliated Tamu National Liberation Front today.

He said the CPN-Maoist was busy strengthening its sister organisations and preparing them for the grand movement to be organised if the peace process failed. Inaugurating the first

conference of the Kathmandu district committee of TNLF,

Tamu said the “imperialist” America did not want Nepalis to enjoy their rights and freedom.

“Moriarty and other foreigners were supporting feudal King but the Nepali people defeated them,” he said. He also accused the members of parliament from the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML of “dancing to the tunes of Surya Bahadur Thapa against republican set-up in the country.”