In­dian de­sign to keep UML out of power

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As the UML took a pa­tri­otic stance in re­cent years, In­dia has de­cided to pun­ish the UML by keep­ing it out from power at least for the next ten years so that the party's ex­is­tence will be fin­ished. In the lo­cal elec­tions in No 2 prov­ince, In­dia had planned to bring down the UML to the fourth po­si­tion by forg­ing elec­tion al­liance among NC, Maoist Cen­ter and Mad­hesh Janad­hikar Fo­rum Nepal. How­ever, Delhi didn't get to­tal suc­cess in do­ing so, nev­er­the­less, UML has lost elec­tions in many places. Ear­lier, the UML lead­ers had claimed that it will be­come the first party in No 2 prov­ince also as the party stood at No 1 po­si­tion in the lo­cal elec­tions in other 6 prov­inces. NC and Maoist Cen­ter lead­ers, fol­low­ing the ad­vice from Delhi, have de­cided to con­tinue NCMaoist al­liance in the forth­com­ing pro­vin­cial and fed­eral par­lia­ment elec­tions also. Mainly in the Tarai dis­tricts, al­liance among NC, Maoist and RJP-N will be de­vel­oped as per the In­dian de­sign to cor­ner UML. Even if UML emerges as the largest party in the fed­eral par­lia­ment elec­tions, UML will not be al­lowed to form the gov­ern­ment as it has been de­cided to con­tinue the al­liance be­tween NC and Maoist for a long term. NC and Maoist, along with other small par­ties, will form the gov­ern­ment by sidelin­ing UML, this is the de­sign of Delhi.

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