‘Revolt to save communist movement’

- Post Report, Kathmandu

Dec 26, 2017-While the CPN (Maoist Centre) is all set to merge with the CPN- UML, some leaders from the party are preparing for a revolt expressing alarm that the communist movement would be dissolved with the merger.

Claiming that the unification process was initiated without formal decision at the party committees, leaders Gopal Kirati and Biswo Bhakta Dulal ‘Aahuti’ oppose the plan. Kirati has called a gathering of his group on Tuesday while Dulal has started consultations among leaders saying that the communist movement must not be sabotaged while there are millions of supporters in the country.

“Our discussion for a new movement has taken momentum,” said Dulal. Leaders including Lokendra Bista, Dhruba Parajuly and some from the Mohan Baidya-led party have launched a bid to reorganise. (PR)

Published: 26-12-2017 07:29

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