.The Maoists don't have the people's support. Instead they are fighting their war on the basis of their military strength. The people will be the final winners, no force can win over them. But are the people today ready to come out on the side of the present government, the ruling and other parliamentary parties? We can easily conclude, they are not. This is one of the major reasons helping the Maoists push their agenda. And none other than the government, the ruling party and other parliamentary forces have given the people reason to take their present position.
.The country is currently going through a serious and very difficult situation. This is not the time for any one concerned about the Nepali people and about democracy to rally behind individual, group or party interests. Anything can happen here today if the situation is not managed properly. The Maoists are not as weak as the parliamentary forces might think they are, and the revisionists are not going to stay silent either. Nationalism has also begun to falter. And all around us are dark clouds of uncertainty, and problems. Tussles between the ruling, opposition and other parliamentary parties right now would be detrimental. We need to show collective strength to tackle the situation, and if democratic forces cannot form a united front, it may not take long for the situation to get out of hands.