From The Nepali Press
The prince’s move
Buddhabar, 7 December
FROM ISSUE #276 (09 DEC 2005 - 15 DEC 2005) | TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Questions have been raised about the palace crossing its limits after Prince Paras went to police headquarters to question police chiefs. It's true that some demonstrators at Friday's rally threw stones in the direction of the prince's limo but his vehicle just ended up at the wrong place at the wrong time . The rally organisers had absolutely no intention, scheme or plan to target the prince since all this happened after the demonstration was over. Queen Aiswarya's vehicle was attacked in 1990 in the Pasupatinath area . Although she had the authority, the late queen never acted the way the prince did. Last week's incident was a set-up by conspirators inside the police force who want to make the palace happy for their own vested interests. It is learnt that several people, especially Kumar Mohan Bahadur Shahi and Rajbahadur Singh, played key role to replace SP Indra Prasad Neupane with SP Kesab Bahadur Shahi.