The Maoist Prime Minister Pusha Kamal Dahal's Communities And Challenges In Nepal
Here is the record. The Maoists, under the banner of the Joint People 's Front, caused frequent shutdown of markets and transportation from 1991-94. In the 1996-2006 period, they killed or helped kill more than 15,000 people, …show more content…
It should be changed as the emerging situation and challenges require. But a foreign country has no business to dictate our country 's constitution.
Dahal reduced the Nepal goverment to the level of the Indian embassy in Kathmandu. He agreed in the joint statement to create a joint monitoring mechansim of the Nepal government and the Indian embassy to monitor the implementation of Indian-assisted projects in Nepal. This is demeaning for Nepal.
Besides, Dahal agreed to coordination Nepal 's position on major international issues with India. Countries do try to coordinate their positions in international forums to increase their weightage, but they do it only where and when appropriate or possible. The joint statement has no such qualifying provision, which makes it mandatory.
As if the damages done so far were not enough, new and more alarming developments have occurred after Dahal 's more recently. For instance, the Indian Oil Corporation has demanded India 's monopoly to supply petroleum products to Nepal for next 15 years, as a precondition for laying out the pipeline from the Indian border to …show more content…
India now feels more confident to micro-manage its neighbors and project power more widely.
Nepali leaders ' greed for power and Nepal 's declining standing in the international community make it easy for India to prevail in Nepal.
Politicians should win the election and obtain and retain power. But in Nepal, they jockey for power on dirty tricks, including the use of Indian influence. Dahal 's is a case in point.
Dahal 's party did not win the last election and he did not obtain power on his party 's parliamentary strenght and moral claim. His party was third in the house. But he wanted undeserved power anyway.
To acquire it, Dahal kowtowed to India and the Nepali Congress, who supported him to spite the CPN (UML) and its leader and former Prime Minister KP Oli, who had defied New Delhi. Dahal is trying to retain power by selling the country 's soul and his own honor.
Finally, Nepal has become the sickman of South Asia, both politically and economically. Since 1994, the government has changed 23 times. Political instability has eaten Nepal 's entrails. It has encourged a run-away corruption among political leaders and