18 OCTOBER 2014, KATHMANDU – As The Final days for constitution drafting in nearing, Political Parties are still divided in their ideology instead of forming a bottom line for consensus.
After failed to gathered consensus for the upcoming new constitution drafting, Nepal Communist Party (Unified Maoist) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal threatened other Political parties for next revolt if constituent assembly failed to draft new constitution in the country on time.
Speaking to a mass rally of about 2-3 thousand people in the open stadium yesterday, he has once again shown his dual face with fringe parties that he is ready to hold the leadership for next revolt in the country if consensus way is not working. It clearly show his poor hunger of being in the limelight of Political superiority.
According to the news reports, Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal said on Friday that he would lead a peaceful revolt if the ruling Nepali Congress and UML violate the past agreements while drafting the new constitution.
Speaking at a rally in Kathmandu on Friday, the Maoist leader said that he would not ask people to raise arms, but added that people may have to revolt against the state if their concerns are not addressed in the new constitution.
“I am ready to lead a peaceful revolt if past agreements are violated and the constitution is drafted by a majority vote,” he said.
The Maoist chairman said that he doesn’t care about his leadership in the high level political committee. “If I am to choose between the political committee and the leadership of the marginalized people, I will definitely choose the latter,” he said.
He argued that his party would take to the streets until the issues of the 10 year insurgency and 19-day mass movement are not addressed.
Dahal also stated that he committed some mistakes in the past by not opting for the procedures for constitution drafting. “I made some mistakes. I am even ready to die if you want that. But I will not run away from street protests until the issues of the marginalized people are addressed,” he said.