After the government administration was forced from rural areas, the Maoists have been exercising their rule through Village People's Committees. However, entrusting such power to local cadres has resulted in injustice towards villagers, as the party workers are busy collecting donations. The rebels' disregard for social justice has caused society to slide even further backward than it was before, resulting in the people losing their trust in the Maoists. But opposing them in the village means unnecessary trouble. The people have tolerated this so far but now the Maoist cadres have started issuing notes to them saying, "If our orders are not followed." What kind of justice can be expected from such people?
Tek Bahadur Oli,