Nepal’s major political parties continue to split. The CPN-Maoist continues to split and unite. In the wake of this, the CPN-UML has also reached a party split, only to be announced. The Janata Samaj Party is also on the verge of division. The Nepali Congress is still in the status quo. Meanwhile, the Prime Minister and the President are busy dissolving the parliament and announcing mid-term elections.
In this situation, the situation of Nepali politics has become very precarious. Many kinds of comments and analysis are going on towards Nepal’s politics. Political analyst Bharat Dutta Dahal has also presented the analysis. Political analyst Bharat Dutta Dahal has said that the parliament that was dissolved last time by Prime Minister Oli and President Bhandari will not be re-established.
To understand the current situation, it is necessary to understand the overall theme of a party and a party. Looking at the situation since 2007, Dahal says that the core of any party movement in Nepal is not within Nepal. He argues that all the party movements in Nepal so far have been based on consensus and self-interest outside the country. The party that Nepalis are looking at as democracy is a complete illusion. He said that all these foreign forces are a party established with a Nepali face.
No matter how many events took place in Nepali politics, there were special reasons and interests of foreigners behind them. He claims that those reasons are to make Nepal fail and fragment. A game is being played to run Nepal’s geopolitics on the basis of their own interests and interests.
Dahal says that the current controversy over the Nepali Citizenship Ordinance is a vivid example of this. He said that an agreement had been reached between India and the Maoists. According to Dahal, the UCPN (M) has come up with a directive from India to agree on 12 points only if the law on citizenship is to be drafted on the basis of birth before reaching a 12-point agreement. He claimed that the decision to grant citizenship to foreign nationals was based on the decision made by eight parties at that time.
This is just one example. Dahal says there are many such things. The party movement in the interest of foreigners has hit Nepal’s history, Nepal’s social structure, and even its geography. Similarly, he claims that manpower is being attacked for the sake of foreigners. He said that they have tried to separate the youth from the family, society and country by providing various facilities in foreign employment.
Oli’s navel and the western MCC are also seen to be connected with the Prime Minister. This is seen as a paradox. This contradiction seems to be brought together by the Citizenship Bill. Because after the acquisition of citizenship by foreign nationals in Nepal, the interests of both Modi and the West have been fulfilled.