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Ice breaker



For now, the prospect of derailing the peace process has been averted after the Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and caretaker Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal signed a three-point agreement on Friday. The government following the orders from its collaborators wanted to wreck the peace process by sending the UNMIN back without making alternative arrangement in place. Just one day ahead of the UNMIN exit, a mechanism has been formed singing a three-point agreement, which has temporarily avoided untoward confrontation.

The UCPN (Maoist) had been insisting on the extension of the UNMIN mandate until 28 May during which the integration process should have been completed, or else an alternative arrangement was to be made to replace the UNMIN. The government and coalition leaders were not showing any interest in forming an alternative arrangement due to which it was feared the peace process will dissipate. Now, a six-member team, two members each from the big three parties, has been entrusted with the task that UNMIN was doing. The government and its coalition partners were forced to agree on an alternative arrangement. The efforts made by UCPN (Maoist) have given a new hope toward the peace process.

As the mechanism has taken over, the peace process is now on track. Maoist Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal termed it an "ice breaker". The ice has not started melting yet but the regressive forces are already involved in hatching new conspiracies to fail the peace process. There is still hope if the progressive forces come together and remained united, there is a chance the deadlock will end. A consolidated movement of progressive and revolutionary forces is the need of the hour to preserve the achievement made so far.

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1. who cares
what happened to the first point of three points agreements signed on 14th? 

what do those who protested to extend the deadline of CA say?

what they have to say to people who made this govt. resign in the name of unity govt.?

stupid paper. 


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