Nepali Times
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Hurry Hurry!, Nagarik



After the major breakthrough in the peace process, UCPN Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal invited journalists to his residence in Lajimpat. An elated Dahal briefed the editors and reporters about the 'bold' decision he took by successfully completing the integration process and said he would play a similar role in completing the statute drafting also.

Throughout the press meet Dahal seemed in a great hurry and kept looking at his watch. Reportedly, PM Bhattarai was constantly calling Dahal from the special committee meeting. After half an hour Dahal, left his residence in a hurry but to the surprise of the journalists who were still being served refreshments, in came Indian Ambassador Jayant Prasad followed by former NC lawmaker Amresh Kumar Singh.

Not surprisingly, Dahal was back at Lajimpat leaving Bhattarai and the special committee stranded. After being told about the Indian Ambassador's unannounced visit, PM Bhattarai stopped calling and Dahal paid full attention to Prasad.



1. who cares
dalal 


whether in us or russia or china or in india dalals are hung, presented as disease but in nepal, dalals(agents) are seen as revolutionary, those fighting for right.. 

do all these dalals - maoist, madeshi, those demanding ethnic state really have public support or they look powerful just cause of the media?


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