Nepal in Transition: Gyanendra Barks From Palace, Tries to Justify 2005 Coup

Tries to justify Feb 1, 2005 takeover, claims he did that as per “people’s aspiration”

A day after he was stoned by the angry people who also chanted slogan demanding his ouster from Nepal, king Gyanendra has issued a statement on the eve of Monday’s Democracy Day [Feb 19] in which he clearly defends his Feb 1, 2005 takeover. Gyanendra who was forced to give up the power after historic popular uprising in April also claims in the statement [embargoed for publication until Feb 20] that he installed autocracy and dismissed democracy in Feb 1, 2005 “as per peoples’ desire.” The current interim constitution, a document of compromise between the former Maoist rebels and pro democracy alliance of Seven Political Parties to end the decade long violent conflict, doesn’t recognize the king. The king as per the constitution has no role whatsoever in the state of affairs of Nepal. In a way, he is in the state of suspension. This dramatic statement from Gyanendra is bound to create obstacles in holding election of constitution assembly. Why he issued a political statement?

Gyanendra says:

It is clear that the prevailing situation compelled us to take the Feb 1, 2005 (Magh 17, 2061) step in accordance with the people’s aspiration to reactivate the elected bodies by maintaining law and order following the dissolution of the House of Representatives at the recommendation of the elected Prime Minister of the day, who was unable to conduct general election within the timeframe stipulated by the Constitution. Subsequent governments, too, were not successful in this task.

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Why on earth Gyanendra felt to justify his two-year-old actions that people of Nepal rejected and discarded through a historic uprising?

Gyanendra further says:

We are also morally responsible for any success or failure during the 15 month effort. As our sold wish is that the people should govern themselves through their own elected representatives, it is well known that we reinstated the House of Representatives on April 24, 2006 with the confidence that the nation would forge ahead on the path of national unity and prosperity, while ensuring permanent peace and safeguarding multiparty democracy.

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While giving us all the boring lecture on democracy, Gyanendra easily chooses to forget the historic April revolution in which million of people around the country demonstrated against him. It is an open secret that Gyanendra hasn’t yet accepted the restoration of democracy because that he did forcefully.

Here is the full text of Gyanendra Shah’s statement: [???????? ???? ?]

Beloved countrymen

Today, the 57th National Democracy Day, reminds us of the joint struggle launched by the King and the people, culminating in the successful restoration of the peoples’ rights. On this historic day, we pay homage to our august grandfather His late Majesty King Tribhuvan, the architect of democracy in Nepal, and all the brave martyrs who laid down their lives for this cause.

Nepal’s glorious history is guided by the fact that Monarchy has always abided by the aspirations of the Nepalese people, on whom sovereignty is vested. It is clear that the prevailing situation compelled us to take the Feb 1, 2005 step in accordance with the people’s aspiration to reactivate the elected bodies by maintaining law and order following the dissolution of the House of Representatives at the recommendation of the elected Prime Minister of the day, who was unable to conduct general election within the timeframe stipulated by the Constitution. Subsequent governments, too, were not successful in this task. Various obstacles thwarted our resolve to install elected representative bodies. We are also morally responsible for any success or failure during the 15 month effort. As our sold wish is that the people should govern themselves through their own elected representatives, it is well known that we reinstated the House of Representatives on April 24, 2006 with the confidence that the nation would forge ahead on the path of national unity and prosperity, while ensuring permanent peace and safeguarding multiparty democracy.

In order to consolidate multiparty democracy, elected representative bodies must be installed, taking into consideration, in a mature manner, the grievances, aspirations and sentiments of all the Nepalese to the satisfaction of all. Nepal is a kaleidoscope of diverse peoples- be they indigenous, dalits or those living in villages, cities, terai, hills, or the mountainous regions. It will do well to remember that Nepal’s sovereignty and integrity remains safeguarded only because all have accepted and abided by this reality. The Nepalese people alone are the arbitrators of their own destiny and they wish to build a prosperous Nepal through a meaningful exercise in multiparty democracy. The self-respecting Nepalese people have an unshakable belief that one’s unique identity can be upheld only by respecting one’s history.

While upholding the people’s wish as supreme, may this day inspire all to remain dedicated, through multiparty democracy, to the greater welfare of Nepal and her people by ensuring their concurrence and active participation.

May Lord Pashupatinath bless us all!
Jaya Nepal!

Related Blog:

1. Gyanendra Shah Speaks Again: Time To Keep Quiet, Maharaj! [Gyanendra’s Dashain statement in October 2006]

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111 thoughts on “Nepal in Transition: Gyanendra Barks From Palace, Tries to Justify 2005 Coup

  1. hello hell, and others who think that king has right to speak.

    Yes he can speak but as a ordinary citizan, not as a king and not justifying his deeds that has been proved to be against good of nation.

  2. In this age when every thing should be transparant, the king spoke, to let the public know. Its now time for the public to decide what is right or wrong, whether we want the king or not. The SPAM has no moral authority to decide, nor has the intermin parliament.
    The SPA were elected, about 7 years back and the M is not even elected at all. The 7 years back election does not represent the view of the people of nepal right now. Just because, you put 50-60000 people (party workers) on the street, does not imply you represent the public. First face the elections and then decide.

  3. G just confirmed what an arrogant idiot he is-what bad timing! Like someone said his political astuteness is a big zero. He is just giving ammunition to his opponents.

  4. You are right sonam, SPAM has no moral authority to decide our fate but I dont know if you accidently or deliberately missed out King too in this.

    noname – you surely dont learn. If you claim to be a true citizen and not biased or royalist as some claim or think you to be, I suggest you stick to neutral views. KG is as evil as SPAM. We need to learn and move forward. Justifying one regressive force against another is not progressive.

  5. Kirat: where have you been man? Finally someone with a brain. There are two oposite extreams of people here. You have Congressi/Mobadhi chumpchas like this idiot of a human being who calls himself ‘Nepali’ and then there are people like noname and the lot who think its okay for the King to do anything.
    The king is not just an ordinary citizen – stop using this argument! He is a ceremonial monarch and along with that title comes responsibility and rules for what he can and cannot say. He cannot spit out stupid nonsesical comments at a time like this and provoke more instability. Does he not understand what the hell is going on in Nepal?

  6. Having said that, you should know that I equally despise SPAM. I just think its not a good idea to revive a Frankenstein when there is already one Jason and another Freddie around. They are all out to kill innocent people.

  7. The K is not a ceremonial monarch. The I. Parliament have stripped him of all powers, and the SPAM have said that he is in a suspended state. In this stage he can speak in his defence, and the SPAM should consider appointing a attorney to defend the king. Everyone is entiteled to fair law, even Saddam was given a laywer.

  8. None of the Power hungry politicians represent Nepal.
    The SPA too old elections, the M only has the guns election, the king only 20-30% people voted last time.
    Have a free & fair elections to see who wins and the winner gets the first prize to milk, suck and sell Nepal to the higgest bidder in the market.

  9. Sonam,

    20-30% vote the last time was a good move, given the fact that the main political parties (inspite of being requested to) boycotted the elections. The parties and candidates who stood were being butchered by SPAM terrorists. The people who went and voted were receiving death threats. Against, these odds 20-30% voting pattern is good. More importantly those were just local municipal elections.

    In local(municipal) elections in big democracies like India or US, the voting is just around 35%. So the elections under the King were awesome fact.

    Now, consider this…SPAM just doesn’t want elections and wants to rule with the barrel of gun and mobs. Nepal just needs someone who is hardcore! Beat the ass up of SPAM terrorists and say to the 20,000-30,000 who get together to riot at the speed of thought, to get their acts straight or get straightened. There is no money in Nepal to be spent forever on Violence and SPAM terrorists.

    There is just no alternative to Monarchy in Nepal! Just no alternative!
    You will find a bunch of SPAM thugs crying over here and there. But the brain of Nepal is in the right place to get things straightened up. SPAM just needs to count it’s days before it is entangled in legal battles for crimes against humanity that it has committed.

  10. If you believe in democracy then why worry about CA elections. Let the people decide. If they vote for active monarchists, then active monarchy. By the way didn’t they give their mandate during jana andolan 2?

    Hey royalists, why are you afraid of elections? Are you worried because you won’t get enough vote even to save your deposits! or you think that people will greet you with “kalo moso” and “jutta ko mala”. Do you still think that Nepalis are living in stone age? No.

    The only option left for royalists is to face the elections (if they think they are not cowards) and be wiped off completely from the politics of Nepal. If you try to block the elections, you will be wiped off earlier. So enjoy few more months of taxpayers money (coz you will get screwed eventually).

  11. Barking dog saldom bites. Now it is time to go to the hell King

    Its enough for us , Ghati Ghati samma bhaisakyo .

    Will you plz stop addressing to ‘Janata ” again.
    we are fade up listining your MAHABADEE since 238 years

    Nepaldiary

  12. noname – you are the most undemocratic and a royalist thug I have come across. If you fail to see through and blindly lick KG’s ass we will met out the same treatment we did him sometime back. Atleast he had his high walls of Narayanhiti. I dont think you do.

  13. you see people like noname are living in a dreamland with these unrealistic ideas and expectations. forget about him – there really is no room for people with extreamist opinions like noname.

    kishor boy, you ask why royalists are scared of elections? how many elections did we have in 12 years of democracy? I believe it was one. Girija, Deuba Mukune were all too scared of holding elections. In fact even now if the congress could have their way they would like to keep Nepal the current status quo and not hold elctions. so let’s not go there. The problem with Nepal is that all of its leaders be it the Shah autocracy or the Girija/Deuba/Mukune autocracy has never cared about the country’s well being. They are all equally worthless let’s not even debate this issue. I would say in the History of Nepal there have been a few good leaders (BP Koirala, Tanka Acharya, Ganesh Man Singh, King Tribhuvan to some extent) other than that the rest have all been parasites, worthless pieces of sh*ts.

  14. It’s funny to SPAMmers come crying talking about elections. Elections. That’s the only word they do not know of. Actually they have a few words in their vocabulary: Democracy, Mobocracy and of course Moronocracy. Elections, yes, have them so that Pushpa Dahal can swat your ass more legitimately. The fight is never for King should be there or not! That is your dirty SPAMming agenda. King should and will be there! The fight is whether SPAM should be there or not! And believe you me, it won’t be!

    Royalist! Right that’s what I might be. Right that’s what we Nepalis (minus SPAM) are! We are not hypocrites. We belong to the right side of the law and culture. And culture and the righteousness is on our side.
    Now, kids, go and throw stones and burn tires. That’s what you all are good at!

  15. I so very much love kicking the sh*t out of SPAMmers. Ooooohhhh my o my, I am so lo-b-ing it! Right here, in the heart of SPAMmers (terrorists) paradise, kicking the hell out of them!

    If Nepal were to have leaders based on Shrewd skills, tactics, policies and results of course beating ass (with words), Prachanda and the gang of SPAMmers would have no chance, would they. I do lo-b-e it.

  16. correction:

    If Nepal were to have leaders based on Shrewd skills, tactics, policies and results and* of course beating ass (with words), Prachanda and the gang of

  17. Its obvious noname is a royalist bitch. His ass will no longer be up for sale if monarchy is gone.

  18. long live the king, i see you as protector of nepal and nepalis from all this fucking parties and maiost.

  19. I don’t know if there is democracy in the country, why speaking of anyone whoever it may be should be called barking.

  20. UWB: comment removed as the email of this user doesn’t match with the orginal pundit. Pls don’t use othre’s name.

  21. Merai goru ko barrai takka. hajur gyanendra kura thik cha. coz everybody must have the right to xpress their view. gyane girja n prachan all the brahma bishu n mahesh. its all bahun(bads).

  22. We hear too much talk of the King being suspended. Yes, but by whome, have the people voted to suspend him? The fact is people are laying low for now so that peace can prevail in this nation, with the maoist guns tucked away for good. CA elections will be the judge of who is suspended, but one thinks that the maoists will not take it well when they lose if elections are held fairly. They have even threatened to take up arms again if the elections do not satisfy them, so really we will again see a confrontation between the democrats and these murderers, and one hopes this time the democrats not listen to the Indian methods of solving problems here. We all know that Sitaula is a RAW agent, and even maoists like Gajurel have been hooked in by RAW. This is clear as 15 of the top demands of maoists which involved India were casually dropped from their 40 plus demands. Hell, even their own cadres have felt the pinch and will tell you so on the quiet. The message of the maoists is confusing. They want to run with the hounds and dine with the wolves. Unfortunately, things are falling apart for them, they are losing their thunder, this is why we see desperate and ravaging mad statements coming out in the media today by moist leaders talking about going back to arms and desperately trying to announce this cointry a republic even before the citizens vote, and also talk of storming the palace. Desperate times for the comrades which could lead to desperate measures. This is a result of recruiting children with false rhetoric who have no ideas of their own. Easy targets comrades for any head hunters. This is the result of trying to sell defunct ideas and adapt it to a geagraphically tiny but culturally large nation. This is the result of having a lack of ideas and copying defunct and failed regimes.

  23. this is when you know you are just really desperate. You copy my name and post a comment that isn’t even FUNNY. At least if you are going to do something like that make it funny. What a dim witted moron! Can’t come up with his own name and insult me directly. How pathetic.
    And dickwort you shouldn’t make nasty comments about Homosexuals in Nepal since they might bring their own andolan. I guess then you’ll come out with your real identity.

  24. UWB: if someone posts a comment with my name and the email doesn’t match then don’t post it. You dumbasses.

  25. If CA is going to decide everyone’s faith, then everyone has to speak out loud. You see it took 25 lives in Tarai to put their voice on the national agenda. So if you leave your faith to three guys (GP, prachande, Makune), surely many of us going to miss many of our agenda. And there is another conspiracy going around. Maoists are saying they want to decide everything through present Interim Parliament bypassing the CA. May be maoists has calculated their chances of winning.

  26. Armed Indian SSB enter Nepal border, encircle police post

    By Kamal Panthi

    GULERIYA, Feb 19 – Irate over an altercation with Nepali policemen, Indian paramilitary– Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel crossed the border into Nepal and surrounded the Nepal Police post in Bardiya district on Saturday.
    Some 20 armed paramilitary SSB personnel led by Indian Police Inspector Amarnath Chand also threatened to bomb the Nepali police post yesterday night.

    The altercation erupted between the two sides after the SSB personnel severely beat up a number of Nepali policemen when they crossed the border into India to graze their cattle.

    The SSB personnel armed with modern weapons including SMGs and SLRs also threatened to bomb our police post, Police Inspector Ganesh Bastola told ekantipur.

    Local residents of Bhimmapur VDC said the SSB personnel have several times entered Nepal and beat up some locals in the past.

    Following the incident the SSB has barred people from crossing the Indo-Nepal border in the area.

    Posted on: 2007-02-19 10:35:23 (Server Time)

  27. I am not seeing differences between SPAM and the king. Maoist who are already included in parliament and still threatening the people to raise the arms if their demand are not fulfilled. And SPA silent toward it shows their indirect support to them. That is why SPAM got negative feedback due to the killing of 30 innocent people without regret in terai. Both SPAM and the king should regret their action first.

  28. Wagle,

    Why post such incidents of your SPAM masters’ master (India’s) indulgence in Nepal? You people are filth to be talking about this.

  29. I will be away for next few hours. I will come back to beat the SPAM asses again in sometime. Hold your asses still till then!

  30. Why we are busy accusing one another and not working for the CA elections ? Now we must declare the date of CA elections and bring the Maoists in the cabinet. Otherwise, there is going to be a civil war on the ethnic lines.

  31. GYANENDRA can’t be declared a culprit if he defends his Feb 1 coup. EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO EXPRESSION. Let him bark.
    The political parties that are criticsizing him should have stopped Gyanendra before he went on. We knew, every year he does that- he did that yesterday. he defended himself, let him do that.
    Let us work for republican state and leave these recessives.

    ’07bpb

  32. this is what u call “chokta khana gaki budhi jhol ma dubera mari” but someone i know says its” Jhol khana gaki budhi lai chokta le nai hirkayo” hehehehe….i read royalists like noname say G has the right to speak his mind but was he really speaking his mind…it was more like speaking from his arse…” mukh thune chaak(arse) bata bolne” jasto…i was thinking more abt Komal…i wonder how her birthday went….happy… maybe…sad…more likely…threatend…definately…BTW G threatend us thru his speech if anyone read between the lines…Hey Bhudai wat does Bhudai really mean…coz i saw u noticed spelling mistake in Bhuday…then probably Bhudai has diff meaning from Bhuday as well…is there?

  33. angelica: whoever Wrote ‘Bhuday’ was just imitating me and trying to be funny. The key word being ‘trying’.

  34. Everyone (SPAM) says king is history, but the moment he opens his mouth, everyone sits up and listen. Ingone him and work towards the CA polls. If the Ca polls are not held on time, this guy will come back, and then there will be no blog for the next 6 months.

  35. Nepal is moving at a fast pace to be the most loktantric country. Everyday we see new bold exercise of loktantric practice in Nepal. Recent example being destruction of statues of late King Mahendra in many places in the country because the present King admitted his failure in his speech. Congratulations to the Maoists and their supporters.

    By the way, Pranchanda wants to transform Nepal into a equitable and classless society. Caste and Class-based societial system was introduced by the Malla kings in Nepal. Now the Maoists must destroy all the art, temples and palaces built by the Malla kings. Then caste and class-based society will be automatically erased.

  36. In accordance with the declaration, every Nepali citizen regardless of age, race, religion, sex or status has been bestowed with a right to voice his/her opinion under the rule of law. That is the essence of liberal democracy. It is the notion of equality, liberty and freedom of all human beings that differentiates democracy from all other forms of governance. In congruence, any citizen has an inherent right to exercise those fundamental rights under the rule of law. Unless the King is considered non-living or a foreigner (which he is not), he too is bestowed with the same individual rights as any other Nepali. Maybe not as a head of state, since the constitution has mothballed monarchy for the time being, but as an individual, he possesses every right to voice his tale.

    The SPAMers have pointed to the unconstitutionality of the King’s speech but they remain at fault. Regardless of which constitution they are referring to, there is no such clause or mention in any constitution that proscribes the King from making statements. Even if the King is regarded as an ordinary citizen, there is no such mention in any post 1990 constitution that forbids any Nepali from expressing an opinion under the rule of law. Also, unless Nepal is taken as a dictatorial nation, it would be quite improbable to have a law that would prevent any accused from an exonerating attempt.

    The right to defend oneself from potential harm is irrefutably a universal human right and the King has every right to defend himself from the incriminating charges brought against him. As the SPAMers have charged the King with numerous accounts of human rights violations, like any other individual, the King has a right to explain himself. Even the dictum of “human rights declaration” grants every individual an inviolable right to defend oneself against any penal offense. Again, unless Nepal is an absolute dictatorship like North Korea, the law still allows for an individual to express oneself and defend oneself as long as it does not contradict or violate it. And from the King’s statement, there is nothing to indicate that he has broken any law of Nepal.

    Two obvious conclusions can be drawn from this ruckus. Either Nepal is not a democratic nation as proclaimed, or the SPAMers and their affiliates have exhibited a blatantly hypocritical stance. While the SPAMers wailed clamoring for free speech during the royal regime, they themselves are clearly unwilling to allow the same. They seem to be hell bent on preferential treatment. From what has become apparent, anything unpalatable to the SPAMers will be abominated as undemocratic, un-constitutional and illegitimate. Such partisan attitude exhibited by the SPAMers only negates any semblance of democratic accreditation.

  37. Nepal has been declared a democratic state. In accordance with the declaration, every Nepali citizen regardless of age, race, religion, sex or status has been bestowed with a right to voice his/her opinion under the rule of law. That is the essence of liberal democracy. It is the notion of equality, liberty and freedom of all human beings that differentiates democracy from all other forms of governance. In congruence, any citizen has an inherent right to exercise those fundamental rights under the rule of law. Unless the King is considered non-living or a foreigner (which he is not), he too is bestowed with the same individual rights as any other Nepali. Maybe not as a head of state, since the constitution has mothballed monarchy for the time being, but as an individual, he possesses every right to voice his tale.

  38. Good one SHAMAM. SPAMmers have one thing common in their blood: TERRORISM. SPAMmers are terrorists and it is our duty to fight off these terrorists. NO matter what, no matter how. WE WILL NOT GIVE UP UNTIL WE GET RID OF THESE TERRORISTS. WAGLE, sound it out loud and clear to your masters.

  39. I am such a net savvy guy that I know almost everything that happens on the net. And with all my knowledge, I can truly proclaim that this blog gets the most hate comments I have ever seen in my life. The owner of the blog or the contributors are so ridiculed and kicked in the ass by the commentators that it becomes demeaning to have such a blog.

  40. K.G. and his family should leave this country gracefully and never return. If he is so irresponsible and stupid and cannot take advantage of changing moods of the people, theres really no point for him to stick around. Maoists are assoholes alright, but this Gyane Chor is a king and people looked up to him and expected from him but all he has ever been is a disappointment. I think he should just disappear and stop playing with people’s feelings. Whoever stays – G or Prachanda, its going to be the same for Nepal. Both are corrupt, parasitic vultures. But my vote is G must leave. Being a king he has let his people down.

    noname – unless you are a royalist asslicker, you should rem that monarchy has systematically killed much more people in its 240 yrs of rule, be it literally or psychologically. Dont just blame SPAM for all the mess we are in today. Infact the roots of Nepal’s probs dates back to centuries during which Shah kings did nothing and practised divide & rule. We are seeing its results today. Common man stop being such an arse will you.

  41. I dont support any of these SPA or M or G but I am reserving my opinion because I believe in none of them. Right now I am trying to understand which one is the best option out of these worst three and I still dont have the answer. Now dont come back giving me your stupid reasons why you think G should rule.

  42. Sharki ko chhoro: out of 15000 people killed more than half were killed by Gyane and his NA.
    Gyane has right to his opinion at the same time we also have the right to reject his opinion… enough of this blood sucker… I am not defending the maoist either… if the maoist cannot perform then they will also be booted out… time will tell… majority of us were fed up of the voilence and agreed to bring the maoist into political stage… we opted for the peace to forgive the past violence brought upon us by the maoist. What did the Gyane do besides bringing more problems… if he was for the people then we would not be here.

  43. Since, we have democracy we are able to speak freely if not then this blog would be closed by Gyane and his blood sucker chamchas… I am for the democracy no matter how bad it is… PATIENCE… as long people have the right to vote then we can kick out any Prachanda, Madav or even Girija. Gyane is talking about the Feb 1 takeover only… she should be justifying the reason to kick out Sher B Deuba on Oct, 2002 if I am correct… after that it was basically his rule… he picked on those PM who would serve his interest… he had no shame to kick out Deuba and bring him back to again to kick him out again. Rulers or politicians who do not change according to day and age will face the same fate he is facing these days.

  44. If Gyane has the courage then he should himself abolish the monarchy and join the politics then try to win the heart and soul of the people. Enough of Silver fed people giving too much lecture… we don’t buy what you have in your plate anymore… besides, late king Prithvi Narayan Shah uniting the country can someone tell me what good has the monarchy brought to our country… if possible we will kick him out from the palace and the country.

  45. Impressed by King

    Impressed by King
    ing’s one address scares the Shhiit out of the terrorists and Spammers. THIS IS WHAT THE IMAGE OF KING IS. His one address is equivalent to 1000s speeches of these terrorists. 99% of people want democracy. Any data irrelevant to that is the corruption of journalism, and I am sure Nepalese dont even know what statistics is.

    They again belong to the 2ns and 3rd kind.

    Honestly, How many of you think that Prachu and Babu bhaiya will not be gunned down someday? Will you be surprised? I am sure 100%, no one will be surprised. They know they can die any moment. is there any point in the history, if I misses to read, Maoists and terrorist prevail? The answer is NO. It will not.

    They can see their death in mirror. One morning you will wake up, and see–Babu and prachu Bhaiya have been gunned down.

    Jai Nepal!!!

  46. Types of Nepalese

    Three Types of Nepalese
    am a BIG ROYALIST.

    There are three categories of people in Nepal:

    1> Royalist: Educated, learned, wise, and who can foresee the future. The most talented and loyal. They want to work, and dedicated to make the nation prosperous. They are religious, but not extremist.

    2> Democratic: People who are corrupted and scared of unemployment if King’s direct rule is imposed. Will even sell their daughter, sister and mother, if they are paid–even a cup of coffee. Highly uneducated, so they chose politics as their career; they wont find jobs.

    3> Maoists: Uneducated, illiterate, sheep minded, poor, hungry, and also the terrorists. Forcibly want to create communal riots, entertain in civil war, and DO NOT like to work; they rather want to rob, kill, steal, murder, rape so that they can eat.

    I am proud I belong to the FIRST category and I AM A ROYALIST.

    Jai Desh! Jai Naresh!

  47. Simply the SPAM should just do their job of making sure elections are held. After the vote, then the legal government can decide legislature. Right now, none of them have the peoples mandate to do anything, it is all illegal. The SPAm is also working hard to make it difficult for new parties to register for elections – if this does nopt smack of undemocratic intentions I don’t know what does? Interestingly one of the provisions the SPAm have agreed to is not allowing criminals to pe a party member – if that is the case then I don’t know why Prachanda the murderer and Girija the crook are waisting their time doing politics.

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