The following article below was originally published by Telegraph Nepal:
Nepal note: China good, India evil, NCP-Maoist leaders claim
January 9, 2013
Whereas China respects Nepal’s sovereignty unconditionally, India on the other hand, has set an evil eye on Nepal. The northern neighbor has respect for us but the Indian ruling elites have always looked towards us with mal-intent. India’s evil eye towards Nepal must come to an end.
Addressing the inaugural session of the sixth general assembly of the party, Chairman Mohan Baidya Kiran of Nepal Communist Party-Maoist, made these fiery remarks in Tudikhel in Kathmandu, January 9, 2013.
Chinese Ambassador Yang Houlan was also present on the occasion. This has immense meaning.
Vice Chairman C.P. Gajurel informed the crowd that the party has received a congratulatory message from the Communist Party of China.
“The Indian expansionism is the major obstacle towards successful completion of our revolt,” Baidya continued.
“We do not want to criticize India for nothing. We want friendly relations with the people of India and we also want good relations to exist between the two countries. There exist several unequal treaties between the two countries. The Indian ruling elites continue to treat us unequally and they have set an evil eye on our country. There lay threat to our sovereignty from the South.”
In his high voltage speech, Chairman Baidya also said that his party was ready to take the charge of the nation.
But only if awarded. But who will begin this charitable work?
“We will come with new policies, plans and objectives. We will focus our discussion on defeating imperialists and expansionists. We will bring our plan of action to successfully complete the revolt that began a decade back. We are ready to take the country forward in the direction traced by our party.”
“It has become wide and clear that the parliamentary parties have become a failure. They are outdated. There is however, the need for alliance between real communists, republicans and nationalists. We do not want to maintain our relations with the parliamentary parties.”
Seated beside the firebrand leader Netra Bikram Chan Biplav was the Chinese ambassador followed by the Ambassador from North Korea.
Biplav, as per the media reports, has been secretly meeting PM Bhattarai upon his return from China.
The party leaders Dev Gurung, Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’, Netra Bikram Chand Biplav, C.P. Gajurel, Manik Lal Shrestha were also present on the dais.
Spokeswoman, Pampha Bhusal told the reporters that none representing the parliamentary parties including the Unified Maoists Party were invited to take part in the inaugural session.
“Our objective is to fight against the parliamentary system. It would have been unsuitable to have brought them to the dais”.