Tuesday, November 25, 2014

PCNepal maoist's split - General Secretary Chand leaves party

Nepal Maoist party splits
Nepal’s Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (CPN-M) party, led by veteran communist leader Mohan Baidya Kiran, has split after its secretary, Netra Bikram Chand, announced that he is no longer with the party. The Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist was formed in 2012 after splitting from the United Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-Ma) led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal aka Prachanda, which launched a 10-year insurgency. The party came into peaceful politics in 2006 after signing the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
Mr. Chand said in a press statement that his faction was no longer with the CPN-M as it could not take the lead in revolution of class struggle, Xinhua reported. “Despite repeated requesst, the party chairman failed to meet our demands,” said Mr. Chand. The Chand-led faction is of the view that there is a need for another round of insurgency in the country. The faction submitted a paper at a party central committee meeting announcing its separation from the CPN-M. The other top CPN-Maoist leaders, however, are preparing for reunification with the UCPN-M led by Mr. Prachanda.
Nepali CPN-Maoist splits, General Secretary Chand leaves party
Nepal’s CPN-Maoist party led by Chairman Mohan Baidya ‘Kiran’ suffered a split today with its General Secretary and second-in-command announcing his decision to part ways with the organisation. Netra Bikram Chand in a statement today said that some leaders close to him have broken “all ties with the leadership of party Chairman Mohan Baidya”, as he can lead neither the party, nor the class struggle. “We hereby announce our separation from the party,” the statement said, adding the future course of action will be decided soon after discussions. “We have also decided to unveil our future strategy after holding internal talks on how to take the Nepali revolution ahead and make it the party of proletariats,” the statement said.
Chand breaks ties with Baidya
KATHMANDU: CPN-Maoist Secretary Netra Bikram Chand on Monday has announced that he and some leaders close to him have broken “all ties with the leadership of party Chairman Mohan Baidya. ” Issuing a statement today, Chand said he concluded that Baidhya’s leadership can lead neither the party, nor the class struggle. “We had participated in the extended Central Committee meeting of the party on Sunday as a final attempt to end stalemate in party,” Chand said, “But it seemed Baidya and his team’s activities further intensified deadlock and confusion in the party.” At yesterday’s plenum, Chand had clarified that unity was possible only if the party adopted his political line. This clear-cut statement from the leader of the faction revolting against the party had indicated that the CPN-Maoist could split anytime soon. Chand had organised a separate gathering at Shivagadi of Kapilvastu recently.
Chand announces separation from CPN-Maoist
KATHMANDU, NOV 24 – CPN-Maoist Secretary Netra Bikram Chand has formally announced that his faction has separated from the party. He made such announcement on Monday through a 3-point letter written to the CPN-M Central Committee meeting being held in Kathmandu. In his 3-point letter to the CC, leader Chand has stated that his faction would no longer be able to move ahead with Mohan Baidya led CPN-M and declared their separation from party. “We would like to inform that we have separated from the party led by Mohan Baidya after underscoring that there is no way party can move ahead under his leadership,” read the letter circulated by Chand faction.

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