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1- Mohan Baidhya (Kiran) wants to join forces with Netra Bikram Chand (Biplav)

Nepal Communist Party Revolutionary Maoist’s chief Mohan Baidhya says his party will never unite the Prachanda-led Maoist Centre.The statement comes a few days after Prachanda called on all of his fellow members of the former rebel party, CPN-Maoist, to join Maoist Centre.

Talking to mediapersons in Surkhet, Baidhaya, who was part of the core leadership of the Maoist party during the insurgency, said, “We cannot even imagine that we will join the Maoist Centre. The party is regressing. However, we are in talks with the Netra Bikram Chand group to form a united party,” he added.
The communist leader says the country needs to head towards a new revolution for the transformation of society. He added that the mandate of the ten-year-old insurgency has not been fulfilled. He said his party is yet to decide its stance on the upcoming elections.

2 - Cadres of Chand Led CPN Abduct Thawang Rural Municipality Chairman

Sep 16, 2017-Cadres of the Netra Bikram Chand-led Commu-nist Party of Nepal on Thursday night abducted Thawang Rural Municipality Chairman Bir Bahadur Ghartimagar in Rolpa.
According to the police, Ghartimagar was abducted at around 11pm on Thursday from the Koichawang village on his way to his in-laws’ village.
Magar, who won the post for the CPN (Maoist Centre), was making preparations for holding the first village assembly on September 16.
Chief District Officer Dijan Bhattarai said personnel from Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force are searching for the missing.
Kesh Bahadur Batha Magar, chief of the Rapti bureau of the Chand-led party, was caught from the Miru village for interrogation.
A member of the District Security Committee quoted Ghartimagar’s wife, who was with him when the incident happened, as saying: “Around 8-10 people came out of nowhere and took him [Ghartimagar] to a nearby hill saying they had some business [with him].” His whereabouts are unknown.
Ghartimagar had defeated the CPN’s independent candidate Amit Gharti Magar in the local level elections. The Chand-led former Maoist party claims Thawang to be its stronghold.
CPN cadres have claimed responsibility of the abduction. Lal Bahadur Oli, coordinator of the Rolpa Jilla Janaparishad, said in a statement on Friday that the people had taken Ghartimagar under control as he had “forcefully tried to enforce the parliamentary system in the rural municipality”.
Ghartimagar would be released after interrogation, it was stated.
Police have not revealed the identity of the suspected abductors.

3 - Chand Led CPN Accused of Torching Ncell Tower In Chandrapur Municipality

RAUTAHAT: An Ncell tower was set ablaze in Chandrapur Municipality-2 of Rautahat district on Friday night.
An unidentifed group set fire to the cables of Ncell tower based in Kela Tole damaging the system, at around 1:00 am today, according to the Chandrapur-based Area Police Office (APO).
Meanwhile, thousands of Ncell consumers in the region are deprived of telecommunications services after the blaze.
Ncell Pvt Ltd has called on general public not to damage it towers.
Similarly, locals have also demanded the prompt repair of the damaged tower, local Govinda Timilsina said.
Local Administration Office (LAO) stated that it is committed to providing sense of security as the arson attack on the telecommunication tower prior to the local level elections scheduled for September 18, have made the polling stations more sensitive from the security point.
In the ward with estimated 4,500 voters, the security has been tightened in four of the most sensitive polling centres; Judibela Secondary School, Asanwa Basic School, Phulbari-based Janahit Primary School and Raiya Tole-based Mahendra Secondary School, police informed.
Police have alleged Netra Bikram Chand-led Maoist cadres to have involved in the arson attack.
Meanwhile, the search is on for the culprits, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Yadav Dhakal at the APO said.

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