What Happened in Gongabu?

Armed police fired more than hundred rounds of real bullets as the bloodiest people-police clash at Gongabu injured more than 130, some of whom are serious

Gongabu was as of yesterdays tense. The scuffle between people and police was going on.

During one of the chasing, two of the demonstrators entered a house. They didn’t know who owned the house. When they were inside, the house keepers set a dog free and tried to beat the demonstrators. The two came out and told the others what happened inside.

The house became the target for all the demonstrators. They stoned and broke windows, made fire just outside the main gate and vandalized the decorations at the gate.

All of the sudden, sounds of firing were heard. The photographers captured a hand with a pistol on the window while television camera recorded the sound of shots. After four rounds of fire into the mass, the hand disappeared. Demonstrators were injured (number unknown).

Then the house was targeted more. Reinforcement in form of armed police force and army arrived. Army and APF took positions as if they were in war. Some fo the army told the reporters that Maoists are firing from the house. APF’s SSP Madhav Thapa assured the demonstrators that he would bring out the gun-holder if they step back.

The demonstrators stepped back but the APF when brought out the man tried to save him. They got aggressive and the clash went much tenser that anticipated.

The APF fired hundreds of bullets on the demonstrators. A lot of them fell to ground, some of whom were taken for treatment by police themselves while media persons were also involved in the rescue works. Some of the media persons said they were lucky not to be hit by bullets.

It was a war zone in the afternoon.

By the way the house from where the man fired bullets turned out to be of police officer and the gunner was probably one of the guards.

The media person predicted a few would die due to injuries.

Written by Ujjwal Acharya based on interpretation by various reporters and photojournalists

Published by UWB

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79 thoughts on “What Happened in Gongabu?

  1. OMG…..ohhh my god….did u people watched kantipur….man it was the worst kind of beating I saw…my fren there was saying they just left nothing….they shot…they beat…they even beated the doctors….omg….what are they thinking….hey bros of akhil who are collecting the names of these criminals….I SURELY HOPE YOU GUYS ARE THERE..mainly that two persons…who are the head madhav thapa..that same old mr.lathi and that mokatan….if u guys again let them rule after u win….it would be no justice and don’t any one of u try to defend the shameless act…that police officer was badly hurt first due to a brick then while batton chargin he fell down and then he was bledding….i dun mean i feel happy about that…but i don’t feel sad also….i mean the way they shooted and batton charged going upto 4 story high building and beating till the people were faint…..if this continues there will be civil war in ktm…..

  2. According to the BBC Nepali Service, there was indiscriminate firing in Gongabu against peaceful protestors. We must not led those uniform-wearning gundas get away with their crimes. Sure they are the laws now but for how long?

    We need to compile pictures and videos of all those, so called police and security officers who are committing crimes against unarmed protestors so that they can be dealt with appropriately in the future.

  3. i dont know if we lack leaders or leaders are not good enough.After what happened in gongabu
    today,demonstrators from every corner of city should march there.The protest must be unified somehow.Someone sholud step up and lead the crowd
    to make the protests even more defiant.Lets Rise up to the challenge and march towards gongabu.

  4. Yea I guess these policeman are just ordinary policemen but they get overcome with hysteria and they just take the beatings too far.
    I don’t know about punnishing them after the conflict is over. I realize that they also have a responsibility but the main culprits are the top brass – like Kamal Thapa, Tulsi Giri and King Gyanendra himself.
    I feel bad for these policemen at some level. They are paid peanuts and at the end they are just ordinary citizens … I wonder how they deal with people after they get off duty.

  5. Find the cost of freedom, buried in the ground,
    Mother Earth will swallow you,
    Lay your body down

    Stills, 1970

  6. it was realy sad…I understand the mass reaction after two boys got beat inside..however the security men might have also scared when andolankari got inside the building..though I dont know the true story..kantipur has not loaded their today’s news in the internet yet..I am happy that the presss could bring out the truth that the firing person inside was in fact a security personnel..otherwise kamale chor would have again tagged this incident as infiltration.

  7. Madan Krishna Shrestha has donated Rs 1 Lakh for treatment of Injured Demonstrators.

    BRAVO MADAN DAI!!

  8. DHIKKAR CHHA TULSI GIRI RA KAMAL THAPA LAI…

    THEY ARE INCITING VIOLENCE JUST TO SAVE THEIR POST……..AND SHOW THEIR CHAKADIPANA

    WHAT WILL HAPPEN WHEN WE HAVE PEOPLE LIKE TULSI GIRI AND KIRTINIDHI BISTA AS VEEPS? U CAN SEE THE RESULT.

    GIRI IS DEMENTED. SEND HIM TO EXILE!!

  9. the brutality of police has now crossed the limits. i support the demonstration and can’t wait to punish all those people who is in support of this government. hope to see soon ” Nepalese Govt.” in place of so-called “HMG”. god bless nepal and all the best to the fight against autocracy

  10. proud2benepali,
    Dont worry, these same brutal mandales will be the first to get higher posts under the new government in the same way as they did in 2046.

    All the mandales were nicely rewarded by Nepali Congress and Bam Morcha.

    Same thing will happen now.
    After all, Girija is still heading the ANDOLAN.

  11. I really feel proud of our Nepali people who finally show thier courage to against the suppression. The media from the government is so unfair and untrue that no value to watch it. I am sure if this democaratic fight goes on without giving up, this round we will see big changes to Nepal. Long live democracy and my fellow borthers and sisters, don’t give up & whole world is standing behind you. Bravo

  12. Kantipur showed half of what happened at Gongabu, NTV showed the other half. Media houses are at war amongst themselves. Be careful on what you interpret with their boradcasts.

  13. Newar, it was both madan krisna shresta dai and Hari bansa acarya dai,

    Concerned Nepali,

    only in paper Girija is leading the andolan…otherwise why should all of them are chanting republic slogan when Girija says rebublicanism is not his demand..i am preety sure nepali janta will treat girija the same when KG’s chapter is closed…if Girija dare to come to the street..his staus will be expopsed…he is hiding and pretending to be leading the andolan not being feared of army and police but also angry nepali janta…this time it is going to be different story unlike 2046 …I can assure you that

  14. United we blog,

    why my previous comment is still being waited for the moderation…there is nothing to be moderated and censored..if you continue doing this I will not post my comment anymore here…

  15. Its already chaos situation in Nepal.
    Mr. KG and his team have come down to the cheapest tactics that they can use to stop this protest. This was the dirtiest game till now the king and his men have played.
    I wouldn’t be surprised tomorrow the same shooter would be declared as MAOIST allies, spy or blah blah…(even he was from royal security team)

    So, its clear now, This King have amied to kill all the protestors before he leaves, if he have to. Now our major objective have to be concentrated on how can we make this KING leave the throne.
    UN & EU have condemned this act, and have already warned to interfere into Nepali politics.

    Which I believe in itself is not a good sign for our country. Once UN peace keepers enter, the situation could further detoriote like in IRAQ, when US army penetrated. The state will go under indefinite Emergency, until both parties come to some compromise.

    Yes there is will be compromise, which will be LOSS for us after death of so many of our countrymen. The new govenrment will hold one day mourning for all died in this incident, then forget everything,

    King will still reign country, and the cunning politicians will follow King’s oder to run country. Politicians will boast on their strategy, how they came into this power after creating such a great havoc in country.
    The SPA will declare this fight as SUCCESS.

    So, where are We heading?
    This is right time to think.
    Now if we dont take right decision quickly, beleive me we are sure to be doomed, we will be turned amute for ever.

    I think, its now time to for some of us to be sacrifice ourselves for this country. We have no alternative left, than to KILL the king.

    I know it sounds absurd, but that is the only effective plan to stop all this chaos, and further dreaful consquences.

    King will be never coming into negotiation table. And actually, now even we dont want King to come on that table. We actually DONT WANT KING anymore. We want to demolish monarcy once and forever. But in current situation, how is this possible when the supermost power of the country is on hands of KING?

    The glimpse of how his puppets are trying to create terror in gongabu shows HOW DIRTY CAN THIS whole thing can go.
    Even tomorrow he might create divide between hinduism, muslim and other relegious genere of people.

    I hzave always hated Maoists for their evil tactics for killing innocent people.
    But today I request even to thme. If total LOKTANTRA, GANATANTRA is and was what they had amied there is no BETTER WAY left than to finish the dirty bastard Mr. KG.
    If you really have some amount of grey matter in your head, plan and carryout the this MURDER OF THE CENTURY – atleast for the sake of nepalis for whom you ppl say that your are fighting for.

  16. I feel sorry for all injured and martyers. At the end of the day all Nepal’s gonna get is one of the corrupt leaders or dillusioned autocratic king or even wrost maoist , we might even get “dahal bansha” after maoist gets into power … I hope those injured and family of deseased gets enough support and help whoever gets into power.
    Anyways we need to get rid of this king…getting rid means killing them like kg did to his brother.
    France did hundred year back it’s time for nepal

  17. UWB team you need to update on the casualties ASAP. this could be a turning point for movement against KG.

  18. faceoff…maoist disguised themselves into western foreigner’s face ..infiltrated in the movement..hence governemnt peacefully arrested 9 foreigner maoist from Thamel

  19. Nepalisongs..Murder is not the right solution…if KG is murdered…KP will come up…….people will be frightend again coming in the strreet..interantional solidarity for the ongoing movement will be stopped..Nepali’s hands will be tied up again..Movement will be halted or completely stopped…I strongly belive that is possible without any serious attempt of his assasination…History all over the world shows that..with the continuing people’s uprising..king has to bow down with the people’s power..then he should be brought down to the justice and hanged..(I hope new constitutuion will have such a provision of death sentence for only the cruel dictator).

    about girija negotiating the king..i dont think people give a damn about the negotiation between girija and the KG anymore…lets make clear ..this is not girija’s andolan anymore..and he is not leading the andolan as well..

  20. So, King G does not want to stepping back without killing few hundreds.KING GYNENDRA IA A NEPALESE NERO OF THIS CENTUARY AND THERE IS NEED FOR NEXT NUREMBERG TO TRY HIS CASE FOR THE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.BY VIOLATING ALL THE BASIC AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS AND LIBERTY OF HUMAN BEINGS, KING GYNENDRA AND HIS CHAMCHAS HAVE LOST THE OOPOURTUNITY TO BE ALIVE IN THIS WORLD.
    REPUBLIC NEPAL IS OUR DREAM.

  21. from nepalnews.com and your reporting above it seems like there were a MASSACRE happened out there. please update the news as soon as possible.

  22. If you fire hundreds of rounds of live ammunition into a crowd using M-16s, many of them are going to die.

    This is horrendous.

  23. to all those brave sons of nepal let me assure the murderers will not be granted mercy. Slaves of the kings your days are numbered like ur master’s. do what can u do for thou will leave this world soon.
    Devil’s day is short.

  24. once again we’ll prevail at last ……..and this at last is not far enough.
    Royal slaves start searching ur hiding grounds

  25. i have seen this kind of firing only in IRAQ not in the demonstration of any country .

  26. Well, mr. Bravo,

    The only option now left is to demolish completely the Monarchy from Nepal.

    U MAOISTS, IF U HAVE REALLY GUTS TO DO SOMETHING POSITIVE TO GENERAL NEPALESE AT LARGE FOR WHAT U PEOPLE CLAIM TO BE FIGHTING FOR THEIR RIGHTS, START KILLING ALL THESE PEOPLE DIRECTLY.

    THEN ONLY GENERAL PUBLIC WILL TRUELY GIVE U CREDIBILITY AND SUPPORT IN COMPARE TO ALL SO CALLED POLITICAL CORRUPT PARTIES LED BY GIRIJA, MAKUNE, AND MANY SUCH COMMUNISTS. OTHERWISE U MAOISTS ARE NO DIFFERENT THAN ALL THESE OTHER CORRUPT POLITICAL PARTIES, U R USING ALL INNOCENT RURAL YOUTHS WITH FAKE PROMISE AND DISILLUSIONMENT JUST TO EXPLOIT IN ORDER TO FULFIIL YOUR MEAN GREED FOR POWER & CORRUPTION WITH DIRTY POLITICS IN THE NAME OF MAO.

    DO SOMETHING NOW, GET RID OF ALL THESE CANCERS FROM NEPAL

    JAI NEW REPUBLIC DEMOCRATIC NEPAL

  27. Hey,
    some ppl are getting their comments tagged but others dont. Comments to kill the king doesn’t get tagged (i’m with it too, though), so what is it that really gets tagged? Anything against maoists? just curious…UWB…but a great place to exchange here, overall.

    just my thoughts u knw..

  28. HEY NEPALIS

    COME UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE KING, TO SAVE YOU FROM MAOISTS. THAT’S THE ONLY WAY YOU WILL BE SAVED. THESE SEVEN PARTYS ARE MAOISTS’ HORSES AND THEY WILL DO AS MAOISTS WILL ORDER THEM – LIKE VIOLENT DEMONSTRATION, SABOTAGING NATIONAL PROPERTY ETC. INDIA IS BEHIND ALL THIS GAME. IF YOU HAVE A PENNY’S WISDOM, COME UNDER LEADERSHIP OF THE KING AND HELP HIM WIPE OUT MAOISTS!!

  29. God, did you see those photos in Kantipur? The police are behaving like butchers.

    There will be something to pay for this. After we get democracy and order, we’ll have to set things right. We’ll have to make sure that the cops become better disciplined. Right now they’re a pack of animals.

    Pictures speak a thousand words. These thugs should not be spared.

  30. According to Yubraj Ghimire,

    “Police entered the Teaching Hospital Hostel here last night, assaulted warden and guards. They beat up six medical students and said that they were involved in an anti-King campaign during the afternoon. Two of them with serious head injuries are undergroing treatment.

    Police have been targeting journalists, dragging and caning them, for their participation in the pro-democracy movement. At least 30 journalists have been arrested during the past two days from different parts of the country.”

    Police Entering TU to beat medical students? I hope, I really, sincerely hope that Yubraj Ghimire has made this one up. Because its just too incredulous to believe. What sort of ANIMAL would do something like that?

  31. I don’t understand what still King and Ministers are thinking. Yesterday evening Kamal Thapa giving live interview to CNN and it was so shame full to see his logic that now situation going to be normal and under control. This foolish and stupid people of Gyan Bahadur Saha & his Mandali they will die as well as kill the country too.

  32. Manan and others,

    Cops and servicemen are drunk and drugged, in a state of shock, deadly frightened and caught in between two fires ; a lot of them have their hearts torn in two.

    I know it might sound stupid to say that at this very time of Nepal History, but one has to keep that in mind : they too have families, wives, kids and hope for a prosperous Nepal.

    The passage towards democraty can absolutely not be obtained as long as those people will not be your allies. And there is a possility for that to be done.

    They are weak in a way. Right now the worst brutality is their only response. But is the majority of them really dark hearted ?

    Who shot real bullets today ? Ordinary cops ?

    Their chiefs, though, are wicked and “special forces” are so much endoctrined that there is no hope about them.

    Remember that the Brits left India only after masses of citizens opposed them as one unique body that was therefore and for centuries coming called INDIA.

    Republic means “the common thing” in latin language. Res Publica.

    Very soon even police and army will disobey the dictator.
    Among those horrific scenes I saw from different websites, two pictures are carved in my brain : the one with a policeman protecting an elder lady from his colleagues and this journalist doing the same with a bleeding cop.

    They are the flowers of this revolution.
    Ahimsa is a combat. A tactical and very efficient strategy, too.

    May blood for blood not prevail !

    With deep affection and solidarity

    Cyp aka Pascal Dai, from France

  33. Well, I know the protestors haven’t all been very peaceful. I read somewhere they tried to set fire to some policeman’s house.

    But that’s rare. They could have been much more violent. Imagine if they started hurling Molotov cocktails at cops. So far, they’ve just thrown a few stones.

    The violence is very one sided. That’s why I blame the cops. You just can’t say are scared, or have families when they start indiscriminately smashing the heads of thier own countrymen.

  34. This is a story I heard, was said it was shown in kantipur yesterday, don’t know if it is true.

    There was a group which used to come to engineering campus hostels. They arranged all the stones, and was very supportive of the students shouting and everything. This went on for two days. Third day they came in and bashed he students themselves. Engineering campus was very quiet yesterday.

    Makes me wonder if I really know what’s going on? Conclusion: I don’t.

    With mahara’s interview on BBC, one has to believe that there is maoist inflirtation and on the other hand Girija is denying it outright.

    k ho k ho..

  35. Cyp:
    I like your analysis. I also feel for the cops in a way because they are ordinary Nepalese with families, kids etc.
    But the top brass is the one that has the most to gain by this repression.
    I don’t think the the top brass of the RNA wants to be under civilian control therefore they want to keep this conflict going on as long as possible. that is another place where king Gyanendra is getting support.

  36. hawkeye, you are speaking Kamal Thapa’s word. Maoist infiltration is not the issue here. The goal is to throw autocracy bring complete democracy (loktantra, not prajatantra.. praja means subjects! I think we will be deceived again if we say prajatantra coz we have been saying that since last fifty years). We will at any cost.

    It seems that you have seen military infiltration in the ongoing movements! Government is using many civil dress cops to make things worse, and they are accusing of maoist infiltration, what a big joke?

    Whatever is the cost, people are the ultimate winners.
    KG and his followers have to face Nuremberg style trials (there won’t be any amnesty for them). Hey dictators get ready for that. Kamal Thapa alike be warned – you have committed crime against the people

    rajtantra murdabad
    loktantra jindabad
    ganatantra jindabad

  37. HEY GUYS!

    THE PEOPLE KNOW THAT THIS MOVEMENT IS SHORT LIVED – LIKE YOU GUYS ARE ONLY GOOD AT GUFFING ABOUT THE ANDOLAN IN THIS UWB AND DOING NOTHING. YOU ONLY CRY OUT FOUL ABOUT GOVERNMENT AND KING. LOOK AT THE MAOIST’S CONSPIRACY – THEY ARE MAKING YOU GUYS HORSE FOR THEIR COMFORTABLE RIDE. YOU BETTER COME UNDER THE LEARDERSHIP OF OUR GREAT KING. THE MAOISTS WILL SLAUGHTER YOU OTHERWISE, SOONER OR LATER.

  38. hey guys,

    can some one write here the slogans on the streets. I want to hear it, kinda dejavu 1991

  39. response1:
    This is a very serious time in Nepal’s history and we are at a very critical juncture.
    If it was any other time I would have gone along with your Joke (I CERTAINLY HOPE THAT COMMENT WAS A JOKE!!!) However, right now my thoughts and prayers are with the people who are on the streets fighting for democracy…

  40. Dear All,
    Agitation is still in the process but the greedy leaders are already on the process of taking the credit in them, The latest example is when the Maoists said that they are also supporting the agitation, all the leaders of seven party alliances says this is onlye thier agitation, not of the maoists, and they are saying it from inside of their house, not even facing a single latthi from the police,
    i feel sorry for those who are hitted by the police lathi and who became sahhid by the bullets, The leaders are never going to fulfil their dream, Everyone knows that the government is playing dirty game but parties leaders are playing thousand more than that.

    there should be new leader and new face after the outcome of the agitation, not less than republic nepal should be demanded,
    Nepal future lies on neplease peoples not on King,

  41. Looks like our friend Shirish Rana wants to hold talks with the ‘parties’.

    Fool, its not the ‘parties’ that are in command anymore. Get your master to come out and ask for the people’s forgiveness.

  42. Raj:
    Well the parties cannot just admit that this is a joint agitation just like that. If they said it would only verify what that lunatic Kamal Thapa has been saying all along and this will be used to justify the excessive force used by the security forces.

    I hate the parties but really that’s all we have right now to get back to a democratic system so we all just have to suck it up!

  43. Why don’t they say its the people’s agitation? That way, even Kamal Thapa can’t do a thing about it.

    At least they’ll be telling the truth, for once.

  44. From the Kathmandu Post

    Cops shoot at hundreds, several critical
    Horror in Gongabu

    BY TILAK POKHAREL, JOE JACKSON & YUVRAJ ACHARYA

    KATHMANDU, April 11 – The sixth day of the general strike called by the seven-party alliance (SPA) took a decisively nasty turn with about a dozen protesters being critically injured in unprovoked firing by Armed Police Force (APF) personnel in the capital on Tuesday.

    The Gongabu area, which has been the scene of some of the bloodiest violence in the SPA-called strikes so far, was tense since morning as thousands of protesters had gathered since the morning, chanting pro-democracy and anti-king slogans.

    The protesters then marched a small distance along the road to converge on the north side of Gongabu, where they were joined by thousands of local people. Nearby residents complained of police brutality of the previous evening, when residential property and vehicles had been vandalized and a number of civilians beaten and detained. Large numbers of police stood by, listening to political speeches and messages from local leaders of the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML.

    Security forces then formed a human barrier to prevent the crowd from entering the curfew area, but the rally proceeded peacefully. Protestors through a megaphone, made speeches condemning the King and his autocratic rule, whilst the gathering waved party flags.

    At 1.15 pm police launched an unrestrained attack on the protesters after they had started to edge forward onto the Ring Road. Security forces fired tear gas shells and rubber bullets into the crowd, which included women and children. Protestors were severely beaten as large numbers of armed police personnel baton-charged the agitators in the surrounding streets.

    Bijay Adhikari of the Nepal Red Cross Society said he provided first aid treatment to over 90 demonstrators injured in the police charge. Another 150 persons were treated at the Vinayak Hospital just across the road, according to Govinda Gyawali, Managing Director of the hospital. “Ninety percent had head injuries,” he said.

    Ganesh Bohara, an injured 50-year-old from Sarlahi district, who was receiving treatment at the Vinayak Hospital, said he would “go to pelt stones in the street” after recovering. “I am ready to die for democracy,” said Bohara, a street vendor, who was hit on his head with truncheons. “I saw another four persons collapsing as I was rushed to this hospital.”

    The situation took a nasty turn after policemen guarding the home of Additional Inspector General (AIG) of Police Rup Sagar Moktan, which falls in the non-curfew area, started unprovoked and indiscriminate firing at the demonstrators at around 1:30 p.m.

    The other day, Home Minister Kamal Thapa had claimed that “terrorists had fired” at an ex-police officer’s home from around the area of Moktan’s house.

    At 2.15 p.m., Senior Superintendent of Police Madhav Thapa, in command of the security personnel, appeared to lose patience and ordered security personnel to open fire with live rounds and tear gas.

    “We were sitting at our base station. All of a sudden, Madhav Thapa entered the station, gouged out one man’s eye with the end of a lathi and started beating all of us,” said Dr. Brian Cobb, who had come from Bangladesh to volunteer his services to tend to the wounded in the course of the democracy movement.

    Army units on the scene were swiftly mobilized and attempted to clear media personnel and human rights observers from the area. They were confined inside the Vinayak Hospital. Hundreds of live shots could be heard ringing out in the surrounding streets over the ensuing hours, as protesters and security personnel continued to fight pitched battles in the narrow alleys. APF personnel and army soldiers were seen taking battle ready positions. However, the army maintained restraint.

    The policemen also climbed up civilians’ homes and started beating whoever they found there. At least two persons were thrown off the terrace of one of the houses. Dozens of rounds of bullets were fired from windows and roofs of the houses.

    In a one-storied house adjoining National Peace Secondary Boarding School, policemen trapped four boys in a room and shot at them at point blank range injuring them in the head and abdomen.
    “One boy’s intestine could be seen spilling out from the split open abdomen,” a woman who was washing the floor of her room told the Post. “I saw the beastly nature of the police today. I am washing the bloodstains.”

    “When I was climbing upstairs of a house after the police chased demonstrators, they (police) caught me and threw me down to the school compound from the roof top,” said Suman Thebe, a 13-year-boy from Panchthar who works as a helper in a sweet shop near Gongabu Chowk.

    Another young boy was also thrown from the top of a five-storied building on to the roof of a three-storied building.

    After some time, angry protesters caught policeman Nanda Tamang, who was stationed at AIG Moktan’s house, and he was severely beaten up by them. He revealed that there was “enough” ammunition, one rifle and two shot-guns inside the house. He was later rescued by other policemen inside the house, Assistant Sub-Inspector Nakul Khatri, policemen Shankar Poudel, Dinesh Tamang and Narayan Karki.

    Apart from those receiving treatment at the Vinayak Hospital, there were more than 100 people injured by bullets, about 30 in serious state, in RCO Community Health Care Center in Gongabu alone. Most others injured in the incident were rushed to the Tribhuvan University teaching Hospital.

    Some of the critically injured protestors were taken away by the APF personnel and their condition is unknown.

  45. never seen bunch of jokers like you guys,
    what do you know what is happening in Nepal?
    a couple of pictures and Kamal Thapa’s name?
    Nepal police and RNA, good or bad?
    this is violence and that is violence?
    that is it?
    MO-fo’z, stupid bunch,
    at least, learn to appreciate every drop of blood that we are dripping in the street for democracy and peace, punks,
    what do you guys do in life? you do not see to have ever been to college in life,
    you definitely have not eye-witnessed any people’s movement in life,
    sometimes, i feel like crying,
    looking at you and the rotten mind “leaders,” the wolves who are waiting for the power and positions,
    the autocrat KG, and his armies, the Maoists
    will my fight this time for the people, for at least those who are fighting in the streets?
    do not answer this question: i am not in mood to listen to your idle-ideal nonesense
    i am just talking to myself
    just ignore me, thank you

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