The speech and behavior are not same of the Maoists
Chairman of the CPN-Maoist Center Pushpa Kamal Dahal has walked out saying that he would withdraw his support to the government and form a new government. But his public statements and the party’s activities do not match. The Maoists have neither been able to support the government nor come out.
Pushpa Kamal Dahal also known as Prachanda is a Nepali politician and a chairman of the Nepal Communist Party. He had become the prime minister of Nepal for the two times before. i.e. from 2008 to 2009 and from 2016 to 2017. He was born on 11th December, 1954 in Dhikur Pokhari. Dahal was born in Pokara, Kaski in a Brahmin family. He spent his childhood in Chitwan. While talking about his academic qualification, he received a diploma in science in Agriculture from IAAS, Rampur, Chitwan. He was married with Sita Dahal. He has three children named Gyanu KC, Renu Dahal, Prakash Dahal and Ganga Dahal. His father name is Muktiram Dahal and mother is Bhawani Dahal. He has a sibling named Ganga Ram Dahal. Dahal was the leader of the Communist party of Nepal i.e. Maoist during the civil war of the country. He was also the leader of the subsequent peace process and the first constituent assembly.
CPN(M) was emerged as the largest party and Dahal become the prime minister of Nepal in 2008 election. In 1981, he joined the underground Communist Party of Nepal (Fourth Convention) . In1989, he had also became general secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (Mashal) . The party later became the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist).Even after the restoration of democracy in 1990, Prachanda was underground. After then, he controlled the furtive pinion of the party, while Baburam Bhattarai which was not widely known, and then represented the United People’s Front in the parliament. On this way his political career was begun.
The prevailing party of Nepal virtually has been divided from more than two years. The party was divided after it was formed by following the merger of (CPN-UML) which was led by Oli and (CPN-Maoist) Centre led by Prachanda. However, a formal split of the party was announced some days before. The badgered prime minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli recommended for the dissolution of Parliament. It is because of the prolonged tussle for power between him and former leading Pushpa Kamal Dahal also known as Prachanda.