Maoist rebels swept the nation with attacks two days after a retaliation call made on 23 August by General Secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) "against the Girija government which soured the environment for talks and took up civilian killings and terrorism".
It is reported that Comrade Prachanda had agreed to take part in talks and had asked the government to create a minimal environment passed by human rights activists and the public. They say the Girija government had misinterpreted the openness of the Maoists as its weakness and tried dominating them with a \'Silent Kilo Sierra III' police mission which has already killed 15 civilians in last one week.
Observers say the move by Maoist rebels, who had already started agreed to talks with the government, is the result of the irresponsible fascist character shown by the Girija government in its traditional blind ways.
They have also pointed out that the training and firepower acquired by the police from the army has been a failed attempt. A military source told our correspondent that the recent failure of the specially trained police force is symbolic also of the military's defeat.
A reliable Maoist source says that although the Girija government did not agree to create an environment for negotiations, even after hearing of the people's plight, the situation is still in their favour. The source says that Girija's defeats in the war front will force the government to initiate talks.
Observers assume that the Girija government is likely to resort to violent bloodshed and abuse of the national economy. They say if the Girija government uses further force, it will lead to its own elimination.