Monday, May 30, 2016
Nepal - CPN (Maoist) to take action against corrupt officials, lawmakers
JANAKPUR, May 30: CPN (Maoist) led by Netra Bikram Chand on Monday warned that it would launch an armed insurgency. Issuing a press release today, Janakpur Bureau Incharge Om Prakash made the party’s five-point future protest programs public today. The Chand-led party has made its protest plans public in the course of holding the united Tarai-Madhes people’s awareness campaign.
Om Prakash said that the protest programs include action against NGOs and INGOs, general strike against the arrest of their cares, waging people’s struggle in protest of national and corruption. “The party strongly stands against the parliamentary system, and it will start armed insurgency at any time, “reads statement. “When we stand against the parliamentary system, the government will obviously suppress us, prompting us to take up arms against the state, the press statement said.
He informed Republica Online that the party launched an orientation program for the cadres of Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Siraha, Saptari and Sindhuli on May 28 and 29. Party Chairman Chanda will also hold demonstration of weapons for the cadres, he added. The party is forming people’s army in each and every district which will target first the corrupt people. “We will start taking action against those corrupt government officials, leaders and lawmakers,” he said.