The issue of government under our leadership as the biggest party, civilian supremacy, and national independence are phoney claims. We may or may not get to lead the government. The old modus operandi does not seem to work, so we will launch a decisive revolt once the preparations are complete. A school of thought in our party thinks we should first write the constitution, run for elections, win a two-thirds majority, and only then revolt. But this is not the party line.
We should make preparations to fight on four fronts. This will be a decisive revolt. We will revolt whether we are in government or not.
In our central committee meeting I once said that I wouldn't think of being the PM until the movement was completed. But the central committee did not formally approve of it.
Meanwhile, this has been a big problem. Who will be the PM? If it was only about choosing a person, we would have done it. But the enemy started playing one against another, especially imperialist India.
India offered the deputy PM-ship to one of our comrades. You understand the gravity of the situation. It took a nasty turn when they offered Baburam Bhattarai the PM-ship.
However, there is no actual fight between the leaders. We reached a consensus on the party chairman leading the government if we went into government. But the main focus should be revolt. Our party will consistently head towards revolution.