The base of Maoists is continuously shrinking

The base of Maoists is continuously shrinking

18 November, Kathmandu. In the initial trend of counting votes towards the proportionality of the House of Representatives, the Maoist Center National Swatantra Party (RASWPA) was also behind. When the counting of votes ended, the Maoist secured third place both proportionally and directly, but got fewer votes than last time. Till the time of preparing … Read more

Maoists have option to form government with UML

Krishna Bahadur Mahara, vice-chairman of the Maoist Centre. 17 November, Kathmandu. Discussion was held on keeping the option of forming a new government open with anyone in the CPI(M)-Maoist Centre. Vice President Krishna Bahadur Mahara told that this kind of discussion took place in the meeting called on Saturday afternoon regarding election review and formation … Read more

Maoist Lalitpur district coordinator and secretary resigned

12 November, Kathmandu. Taking responsibility for the defeat in the elections, the coordinator and secretary of CPI(M) Maoist center Lalitpur has resigned. Lalitpur District Coordinator Shiv Prasad Kattel and Secretary Deepak Pulami have resigned from their posts on moral grounds. Pampha Bhusal, deputy general secretary of the Maoist center and energy minister, has lost from … Read more

Khagraj won from the continuously losing Congress

7 November, Kathmandu. CPN-Maoist Center leader Khagraj Bhatt, who has been contesting elections continuously after the party entered the peace process, has won for the first time. That too with the support of Nepali Congress which always defeats him. “I still don’t feel that I have won the election,” Bhatt, who was elected as the … Read more

Votes allowed to Maoist rebels

7 November, Kathmandu. Surul Panmagar, who rebelled from the CPN-Maoist center and contested as an independent candidate, has been elected as the member of the provincial assembly from Rukum East. He won the support of the CPN-UML and defeated Tej Bahadur Wali, the official candidate of the Maoist Center, by a margin of 533 votes. … Read more

The alliance will not break for the post of Prime Minister: Prachanda

file picture 4 November, Kathmandu. Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, President of CPN Maoist Centre, has said that the alliance will not break because of the Prime Minister. In a brief conversation with the media after voting in Chitwan, he said, ‘The alliance will not break because of the Prime Minister. As long as there are … Read more

UML worker thrashes Maoist activist at Darchula B&B referee

28 October, Kathmandu. Jaibhan Singh Dhami was seriously injured in an attack by UML workers in Naugarh Rural Municipality of Darchula. He has been brought to B&B Hospital in Lalitpur for treatment. He is the chairman of the Kathmandu-Darchula Coordination Committee of the Maoist Centre. On Sunday afternoon, UML workers surrounded and attacked Jaibhan in … Read more

Referendum to be held on November 4: Prachanda

October 25, Gurkha. CPN Maoist Center President Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has termed the November 4 election as a plebiscite. Addressing an election meeting held at Johri in Gorkha on Friday, he said that a plebiscite would be held on that day between institutionalizing and protecting the Constitution and reversing it. “The election on November … Read more

Maoists responsible for defeating Congress, will not support rebels: Varshman

October 20, Rolpa. CPN Maoist Centre’s deputy general secretary Varshman Pun (Anant) has said that the current ruling coalition will continue for at least five years. He said that the current electoral system will not give majority to any party and the alliance will continue for five years. At an event organized by the Democratic-Left … Read more

Prachanda in Gorkha after 46 years in search of assurance of victory

It has been 32 years since CPN Maoist Center President Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ became the party chief. Born in Dhikurpokhari, Kaski in 2011, he joined the Communist Party in 2028 at the age of 17. He became the General Secretary of the then CPN Mashal at the age of 35. About 46 years ago, … Read more

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