प्रधानमन्त्री प्रचण्डका पहिलो चार निर्णय- भिडियो सहित
As it became certain for CPN (Maoist Center) Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s election to the post of prime minister for the second time on Wednesday, his relations vis-à-vis India have become arguably the most debated political issue in the last couple of days.His relation with the southern neighbor has always remained a major disputed issue throughout his over two-decade-long political career.
Dahal as a chief of the then rebel CPN-Maoist party repeatedly defined India as the organization’s principal enemy.It was in 2009, he pointedly blamed India for his removal from the prime ministerial position over his sacking of the Nepal Army chief.Since then, he has lambasted India on several occasions including at parliament and mass gatherings.Things however have changed dramatically over the past couple of weeks.
Maoist Chairman Dahal, who had nine months ago proposed CPN-UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli against the wishes of the Indian establishment, withdrew his party’s support to Oli-government last month.
With support from over a dozen political parties including the largest party Nepali Congress (NC) he was elected prime minister on Wednesday.Many in Kathmandu and New Delhi believe that he bagged the coveted post with the backing of India.