The unexpected dissolution of my leadership in Nepal Students' Union was the result of a serious conspiracy lead by people in the party who are known to be corrupt and have even been netted by the CIAA. We have always opposed them, and therefore they got back at us through this conspiracy.
We demand an explanation of why our leadership was dissolved at a time when the union was going strong. The move was aimed not only against me, but also against all the members of the NSU. If this isn't autocracy what is it? Of course, the party has the right to dissolve the central committee of the union. But it can do so only with justifiable reasons and grounds. The way the situation was handled and my leadership terminated is against the party's statute. They should have informed us beforehand.
Clearly, the move took place when we refused to be their slaves. We are people who don't want to serve even the gods, so there is no question of us waiting on these corrupt people. I don't know why Girija Prasad Koirala called the dissolution of our central committee a trifling matter, but this is certainly not a small issue.
The high handedness of the party in dissolving our committee will have longterm implications. This is the party that has been carrying on the movement, demanding the reinstatement of the elected House of Representatives. Yet, ironically, it has dissolved an elected body within itself. What message will the move send to the people? The party has lost its moral authority to demand the reinstatement of the House of Representatives.
Because of this move, the congressmen who have been involved in the anti-regression movement will now be discouraged. That is a big loss for the party. Now I will form a front within the party and fight against autocracy.