Prachanda warns of decisive revolt again in Nepal

     Maoist chairman Prachanda has threatened to launch a decisive revolt in Nepal if the Maoist-floated resolution motion on civilian supremacy were not debated in the Parliament. Addressing a mass meeting here on Friday, Prachanda said such a revolt would sweep away all the relics of feudalism and establish people's rule. He said his party has decided to become more flexible for finding solution of the current political deadlock through dialogue. "Unless we ensure and bag victory, our revolt will continue. This time the reactionaries will be obliterated by the Maoists from the country's political scene," he added. He also claimed that the commitment proposal floated by his party against the President's move would be passed in the parliament comfortably as some lawmakers from the UML and the Madhesi parties have assured of their support. He accused the Nepali Congress and the UML of opposing the idea of discussing the motion out of fear that the government would topple. Earlier, addressing a workshop organised for senior PLA commanders and unqualified fighters in Shaktikhor, Chitwan, Prachanda informed the combatants that army integration and rehabilitation process would start soon under the supervision of Army Integration Special Committee (AISC). According to Nepalnews, a number of combatants disqualified by the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) were present at the workshop. There are over 4,000 disqualified combatants in PLA cantonments despite repeated requests from the international community to discharge them.

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