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"We won't split", BBC Nepali Service



BBC Nepali Service: You have said you will launch an offensive against the 7-point agreement. When and how will you do that?
Ram Bahadur Thapa:
The press conference today was the beginning of the offensive.

But that was just a talk.
We will protest. The agreement should be in favour of the people.

Which people are you talking about?
I am talking about workers, farmers, oppressed communities, gender and regions.

Who from these segments actually protested the deal?
All of them did. This agreement has overlooked the concerns of the oppressed. You probably haven't heard the voices of protest. We represent those who protested.

Everyone wants to know what you will do now.
We will continue to fight.

What will you do if Prachanda and Baburam do not listen to you?
We will raise our voices until we are heard. We will keep struggling until our objectives are achieved.

What form will your struggle take?
We will struggle on political and ideological fronts.

Will you organise torch rallies, banda and blockades?
These are all forms of protest, which are permissible in a democracy.

It just sounded very odd to me hearing you talk about democracy.
(Laughs) It is not odd, democracy replaced monarchy and all the parties have been exercising democracy.

You have talked about the rebirth of the people's liberation army from the ashes of Tuesday's deal. How will it be reborn?
The PLA had a decisive role in overthrowing monarchy in the country. We have been demanding their dignified integration.

Why are you trying to split the party?
Actually we are trying to bring it together. The party won't split.

But you objected to the handover of keys to containers, BIPPA and the 7-point deal. How long will you keep protesting?
That's why the central committee meeting has been called. It will have the final say.



1. who cares
"(Laughs) It is not odd, democracy replaced monarchy and all the parties have been exercising democracy."



looks like bloody jokes cant survive in nepali politics without using the term democracy.



"The PLA had a decisive role in overthrowing monarchy in the country. We have been demanding their dignified integration."

this is a another of your jokes, right. cause if i remember, your pla had to cease fire when 10million nepalese were fighting shah, on the street. so what could had been the role of pla during that struggle, street struggle?  

o k, may be when he said decisive role of pla, he could actually meant that pla were praying for the success of nepalese people's fight. and god heard the praying.


my bad.



"Actually we are trying to bring it together. The party won't split."

talk of a looser. 




you missed one very important question: what did he mean when he said about attacking victory celebration of 7 pt agreement? 

from my understanding, it only meant the norwaysean type of attack or virginia tech. kind of attack. 

but he is not brave enough for that. 


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