India’s Nefarious Designs on Nepal

After the death of Nepali Constituent Assembly [NCA], 1990 constitution has automatically been restored. The appointment of the CJ Khilraj Regmi as head of government can’t offer any solution. Hence it is necessary to revive the 1990 constitution. This is the only alternative to move Nepal to progress in accordance with the 1990 Constitution and the only solution to Nepal’s politico-economical problems.
In the image above. supporters of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party Nepal (RPP-Nepal) hold a portrait of former King Gyanendra Shah demanding constitutional monarchy in the country.
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POLITICAL CRISES IN NEPAL – RESTORE MONARCHY

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by Dirgha Raj Prasai (Nepal)

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Since 2006, we the people of Nepal are suffering from the traitor regimes. In the name of democracy our leaders like Girija Prasad (GP) have been engrossed in power politics. They have used their position to drain state treasury. They have not only deceived democracy but the people of Nepal also.
According to the agreement these pseudo democrats had reached with the King on 24 April, 2006, Girija Prasad took oath in the palace, as Prime Minister which was in accordance with the 1990 constitution of Nepal. But none of the Nepali Congress (NC) leaders or democratic activists can forget that GP had breached the agreement and institutionalized anarchy in Nepal at the dint and hint of RAW (India’s notorious Research and Analysis wing, an acronym for India’s principal intellignece agency).


Late GP Koirala destroyed NC’s democratic norms and pushed the country to an abyss. After GP, Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai (a Maoist) converted Nepal into a hotspot of sinners and traitors. In spite of his doctorate from Jawaharlal Nehru University he has no sense of national sensitivities. In this respect he is more dangerous a traitor than Girija Prasad.

Both Girija and Baburam accepted the motivation, abettment and orchestration of foreign intelligence agencies to destroy Nepal’s national identity and economy. Resultantly the nation is in danger of falling into deep morass.

Now, the four party leaders have appointed the Supreme Court Chief Justice Khilraj Regmi as a proxy PM which again as an orchestration of RAW, an intell tool India uses to further its nefarious agenda against Nepal.

In this context, S.D Muni (Professor of J.N.U and one of the principal policy makers in the south block) in his article titled ‘Dealing with a new Nepal’ in The Hindu Daily on 15th September 2008 conceded that India had provided one billion rupees for running the agitation in Nepal’. With those resources along with the guidelines from the south-block, they forged the Jana-Anandolan.

Such are the mysterious and sinister machinations, our giant neighbour has for our country. The former former foreign minister of India and now the President, Pranab Mukharjee admitted that the Maoist party which though was an extremists party, had chosen violence when it was convinced by India to do so and was thus compelled to join mainstream politics. “We also convinced other mainstream political parties (Nepali Congress, UML) to form government, including also the Maoist party”. (The Kathmanu Post-29 June 2009) .
Similarly, news exposes the Indian intervention. ‘At a meeting held between the Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and a high ranking US official, Richard Holbrook January 18, 2010, the Indian foreign secretary during a two hour long working breakfast had accepted that Indian establishment had funded the Maoists’ rebellion in Nepal, and that it eventually became counterproductive for India’. The detail of the Rao- Holbrook conversation was later forwarded by the US ambassador in New Delhi to the US government that the WikiLeaks made public. (Telegraph Nepal, 7th Dec.2010).

An Indian scholar Dr. Arvind Gupta writes: Anti-India feeling in Nepal is at its peak. The peace process in Nepal is extremely complicated. India helped bring about the 12-point agreement. It is doubtful that India can help bring the peace process to the desired outcome. There is no guarantee that the Constitution will be drafted soon and that even if drafted, it will bring stability.

Nepalese are suspicious of India, particularly when they hear Indians talk about cooperation on water issues.

Many in Nepal feel that mega projects will not help Nepal. The unregulated, open India-Nepal border is a major security concern for both countries. Cross-border crime, smuggling, fake currency and infiltration of undesirable elements including potential terrorists into India are a major security concern. Nepal also has concerns regarding the smuggling of small arms from the Indian side into Nepal.’ (August 27, 2010).

Ashok K Mehta a former Indian Army general writes in Daily Indian newspaper Pioneer –’People in Kathmandu believe that the Baburam Bhattarai-led Government is India-appointed, and that Chief Justice Regmi as caretaker Prime Minister is primarily an Indian idea.’ Similarly the retired General Ashok Mehta has very freshly requested the Indian government to intervene in Nepali politics at the earliest.- notes the daily Pioneer.

Professor SD Muni, the Nepal-expert in India, was interviewed by Navin Singh Khadka of the BBC Nepali service during President Ram BaranYadav’s India-visit in December. (The interview was broadcast by the BBC then). Excerpts: ‘We have seen Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai having had one on one with his Indian counterpart a number of times. He has told us that he has been able to convince the Indian side that his government will not allow Nepal to slide back into political instability. What do you make out of it? says the former Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran, who played a pivotal role in brokering the anti-Monarchy New Delhi Declaration of 2005 between the Maoists and the Seven Party Alliance which led to the 12-point Letter of Understanding.

Speaking at the release ceremony of the book, which included the controversial Muni revelations, Mr. Saran justified Indian intervention in preventing the dismissal of Army Chief General Rukmangad Katwal in 2009 by the Prachanda-led coalition Government as that would have led to the direct control by Maoists of two Armies: The state’s Nepalese Army and its own PLA which had not been integrated by then.

In this context, a prominent journalist Pushpa Raj Pradhan, editor-People’s Review, writes- ‘Indian Embassy in Kathmandu is spending 57 billion rupees per year under the ‘ Small Grant Project’. Out of total FM radios, 50 percent of them are receiving such Indians grants. Similarly, some Christian missions have also funded those FM radios just to broadcast Christian programms. India wants the Indianization of Nepal and the Christians want to transform Nepal from a Hindu state to a Christian state.

So, we can calculate- Nepal is in dangerous position. ‘Crows are never the white for washing.’ Nepal can’t save itself from traitors who are in government since 2006. Nepalese people do not want the unconstitutional rule of the so called larger parties Maoists, Congress, UML, Madhesi any more. The monarchy was pivotal in integrating Nepal, establishing a democratic and just society at par with the modern world. Even now, only this option will open the doors for political resolution in Nepal.

After the death of Nepali Constituent Assembly [NCA], 1990 constitution has automatically been restored. The appointment of the CJ Khilraj Regmi as head of government can’t offer any solution. So, it is necessary to revive the 1990 constitution. This is the only alternative to move Nepal to progress in accordance with the 1990 Constitution with a constitutional monarchy.

More from Dirgha Raj Prasai on Wonders of Pakistan

1. ‘Muammar Gaddafi’ – A Great Nationalist, Hero or A Tyrant? [in three parts] 2. Fighting traitors in Nepal 3. The real face of Nepal premiers – Past & Present

The writer Dirgha Raj Prasai is a former Member of Parliament, a Political and Cultural Analyst. He can be reached via Email: dirgharajprasai@gmail.com

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