Thursday, April 30, 2009

Broader Democratic Alliance to take shape soon in Nepal


Three parties led by the erstwhile panchas have decided to support the Nepali Congress party to provide a formal shape to the much talked but never materialized idea of a “Broader Democratic Alliance.”

At a meeting held at the private residence of president of Rastriya Janshakti Party (RJP), Mr. Surya Bahadur Thapa, leaders of the RJP, Rastriya Prajatantra Party led by Pashupati Sumser Rana and Rastriya Prajatantra Party led by Kamal Thapa came to the conclusion that the Nepali Congress should be supported in the fight against the Maoists anarchical and totalitarian rule.

This move of the former panchas have come hardly few days after the Indian Ambassador to Nepal Mr. Rakesh Sood had sneaked into the Surya Bahadur Thapa residence, say reports.

Analysts presume that if any one is active in Nepal then it should be the Indian Ambassador Rakesh Sood who could be seen in the morning loitering inside the Nepal PM Dahal’s official residence then in the same afternoon he could be located at S.B. Thapa’s place.

But he has a mission: smash and then grab and he is doing his job effectively through his salaried Nepali sleuths that his administration has posted in Nepal in hundreds.

The loser is always Nepal and by extension the winner is always India.



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