Monday, September 8, 2008

Dr. Sundar Mani Dixit Says: Let maoists implement the people centric development policies for Nepal"

In a recent Nepali Congress Central Working Committee Meeting, Former PM Girija Prasad Prasad Koirala sated that they should be ready for the formation of next government as the Maoist lead government is going to come down soon.

Many people thought at some point as usual, Girija without power is a real danger. Nepali congress has ruled country for more than 80% of the time since the first democratic move that established a multiparty system of government in 1990.

However, there are persons, who think that Maoists should be given oportunity to implement people centric policies, because no other parties are so clear as they are in this - be it the state structuring, federalism or abolishment of monarcy in Nepal.

Dr Sundar Mani Dixit, a medical doctor spoke on this recently. The following news is taken from

Nepal: Let Maoist implement people centric polices, Dr. Dixit
Dr. Sundarmani Dixit, a renowned civil society member has said that the Maoists were the last hope for the people of the country for they are the only ones who could uplift the downtrodden people of Nepal.
“The Maoists should be given the responsibility to handle the State Affairs for at least five decades in order to implement their people centric policies”, Mr. Dixit continued.

Dr. Dixit is a medical practitioner and is presumed to be excessively close to the Indian establishment and currently a proxy-Maosit.
“With the Maoists’ people centric policies implemented, we can build what we call a New Nepal”, he continued.
Mr. Dixit was speaking at a program in Lalitpur District on Saturday, September 6, 2008, organized by the Kathmandu-Ramechhap Republican Liaison Forum- a Maoist party affiliate.

Agni Prasad Sapkota, a Maoists senior leader speaking on the occasion said that unless Nepal becomes a Peoples’ Republic, liberating the downtrodden population was almost impossible.

“The Political revolution continues however, along with the political changes the economic, cultural and social change should also continue”, Sapkota added.

2008-09-07 08:28:36