CPN-Maoist to come up with policy after general convention
KATHMANDU, Jan. 2: CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidya has said that the party would take a clear policy to wage a new people´s revolution after the party´s general convention.
Addressing the convention of party´s publicity state committee, intellectual state committee and cultural state committee at the party headquarters on Wednesday, Baidya said the party´s jamboree to kick start next week would introduce a work plan to complete the remaining part of the revolution.
He said the party would move ahead by preparing for popular revolt on the basis of people´s war.
Baidya reasoned that they formed the new party after Prachanda betrayed despite galore possibilities for a revolution.
He also alleged the UCPN-Maoist leaders of submerging into the parliamentary system against the spirit of the people´s war.
On the occasion, CPN-Maoist secretary Dev Gurung said the imperialist and expansionist forces were working through their agents, not directly, in Nepal.
The Chunwang meeting of the then Maoist party took the strategy of democratic republic just for establishing republic