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Mahara, Baburam



NEPALGANJ-Maoist leader Krishna Bahadur Mahara has been appointed the head of the United Revolutionary People's Council in place of Baburam Bhattarai who held that position. Spokesman of the party, Mahara had been working as the joint-coordinator of the council. The Western Central Command's Organisation Mobilisation Committee in-charge Purna Subedi confirmed this saying Bhattarai had not been reinstated in the politburo. "But he is working with the party headquarters," she said, adding that the central leadership dispute just when the party had gained momentum in its struggle had frustrated party ranks. "There are attempts to create confusion by highlighting the intra-party struggle but nobody has seen the action taken against Bhattarai as a wise move."


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