Col­lapse of Oli gov­ern­ment: Five stage plan of RAW

People's Review - - NATION - By Dr. Shas­tra Dutta Pant

As far as In­dia is con­cerned, Oli's res­ig­na­tion was a win over Nepal. In­dia ob­serves that the event was a sting­ing in­dict­ment for Oli's do­mes­tic and for­eign poli­cies and a blow to China and once again, the source of power is con­sid­ered to be Delhi. In­dia con­sid­ers Oli as an ul­tra­na­tion­al­ist who was overtly court­ing China in an at­tempt to build an anti-In­dia na­tion. In­dia is also happy that there is no real agree­ment on ei­ther en­ergy sup­plies from China or tran­sit through Tian­jin. In the course of Skkimiza­tion RAW had used Lendup Dorji at the third stage which is at par with the use of Prachanda and Babu­ram. . At the ini­tial stage, RAW used the banned par­ties, the civil so­ci­eties work­ing for money and the so-called in­tel­lec­tu­als, for the cause of bring­ing down the Pan­chayat sys­tem that had strength­ened Nepali na­tion­al­ism. By us­ing them RAW de­stroyed the Pan­chayat democ­racy at the grass­roots, along with the Pan­chay­ati goals such as Nepal meet­ing the Asian stan­dard by 2000, Zone of Peace pro­posal, hy­dropower projects, trans­porta­tion sys­tem and in­dus­tries of ba­sic need . At the sec­ond stage, RAW used Nepali Congress (NC). Dur­ing this stage Ganesh­man Singh and Kr­ishna Pr­sad Bhat­tarai were brought down and, , Gir­ija Prasad Koirala was em­pow­ered as if Koirala was NC and NC was Koirala. If a fool­ish per­son be­comes am­bi­tious, he will spoil the na­tion. By us­ing Koirala the Pan­chayat sys­tem was de­stroyed and the power of the king was lim­ited. Fur­ther­more, RAW tried to make the king a pup­pet just like the Bhutani monarch, but was not suc­cess­ful. At the third stage, RAW planned to de­clare Nepal a repub­lic. It sup­ported the Maoists rebels by pro­vid­ing mil­i­tary com­mando train­ing at a train­ing cen­ter near Dehradun. Later, the 12point New Delhi pact was en­dorsed be­tween Gir­ija Prasad Koirala led seven par­ties and the In­dia de­clared ter­ror­ist force, Maoist, which is pop­u­larly known as SPAM. SPAM was em­pow­ered with all kind of lo­gis­tic sup­ports and was asked to re­volt against the king­ship, fol­lowed by a 19day-long so called “peace­ful” but vi­o­lent ag­i­ta­tion. Af­ter ac­com­plish­ing the April up­ris­ing in 2006, RAW de­vel­oped an al­liance with the mis­sion­ar­ies. Sa­muel Tam­rat was asked to lead on be­half of the western Chris­tian coun­tries to de­clare Nepal a sec­u­lar coun­try. Later, when the Maoist supremo Push­paka­mal Da­hal be­came the Prime Minister, RAW asked him to control RNA and merge it into the Maoist's guer­rilla force with the aim of de­fus­ing the then strong se­cu­rity or­gan RNA and cap­tur­ing nat­u­ral re­sources of Nepal. Mean­while, New Delhi was sus­pi­cious re­gard­ing Da­hal's loy­alty. One sec­tion thought that Da­hal by cash­ing the party's name “Maoist” may jump to Bei­jing and be­tray In­dia! Whereas, another sec­tion in New Delhi was plan­ning to em­power the Maoist party hav­ing two-thirds ma­jor­ity in the par­lia­ment and ask Da­hal to pass a res­o­lu­tion just like in Sikkimby us­ing Lendup Dorje. To em­power the Maoist with a two-third ma­jor­ity, RAW de­vel­oped an idea of in­tro­duc­ing the modal­ity of in­clu­sive and pro­por­tional elec­tion. Dur­ing the elec­tion cam­paign, the Maoist cadres, as ad­vised, asked the vot­ers ei­ther to cast the vote of the en­tire fam­ily mem­bers to the Maoist can­di­date or give do­na­tion worth Rs six thou­sand. As a re­sult, Maoist got un­ex­pected ma­jor­ity in the par­lia­ment. The Nepal Army had es­ti­mated that the Maoist had 4000 hard­core, 15000 mili­tia and 150000 sup­port­ers and there­fore the Maoist could never re­ceive such votes with­out threat­en­ing and booth cap­tur­ing. Today, if the Truth and Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion Com­mis­sion will act as per the in­ter­na­tional norms, the Maoist leader can­not es­cap from be­ing pun­ished as per the vi­o­la­tion of hu­man rights reg­u­la­tions. In an at­tempt to es­cape from the Court ac­cu­sa­tions, the Maoists have de­vel­oped an un­nat­u­ral coali­tion with the NC to top­ple the Oli gov­ern­ment. Oli, who was also con­sid­ered as an In­dian con­fi­dant, changed his stance and demon­strated his na­tion­al­is­tic im­age like Marich­man Singh. Oli made re­mark­able achieve­ments while deal­ing with China. Oli has been able to give a new height to his pop­u­lar­ity among the Nepali com­mon­ers. Pro-In­dian colum­nist C.K. Lal be­lieves that the South Block judges that the king, NC, CPN-UML and Moist are the main pow­ers in Nepal. all these forces can be con­trolled through “hope and threat” strat­egy . While ar­rang­ing these strate­gies South Block de­layed to an­nounce cease­fire while the Maoist was in a hurry for its an­nounce­ment.

This fourth strat­egy is the test plan which is for tak­ing a bold de­ci­sion for the fifth strate­gic plan just like the 12-point pact and anti-king demon­stra­tion.

In­dia al­ways wants its hege­mony over Nepal. Nepal con­sid­ers both China and In­dia to be good neigh­bours, which In­dia does not ac­cept.

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