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The king and Maoist rebels could have a secret pact suspects Girija Prasad Koirala of the Nepali Congress. "If the Maoists do not hold talks as we have demanded in our 18-point demand, their intention would become public," said Koirala at a public meeting in Birganj earlier this week. "If they abstain themselves from the talks, it will be clear that they do not want a political and democratic solution." He said that the achievements of the 1990 People's Movement were being eroded by the king and the Maoists. "That is why we need to hold the seventh round of the movement to recover the rights of the people. If the people reject him, he will not even get a house to stay in," he said. He warned that the king may have "to leave the country and start a hotel business to earn a living if he does not correct his mistakes".


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