CPN-M Chairman Mohan Baidya hospitalised

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CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidya has been hospitalised following a slight problem in his health condition.

Baidya, who suffers from chronic asthma, was admitted to Norvic Hospital in Kathmandu on Monday evening after he faced difficulty in breathing.

The CPN-M Chair's health condition is now stable, according to the hospital.

 Leaders of various political parties have paid Baidya a visit at his hospital bed on Tuesday, December 30, 2014, to inquire on his health.

The visitors included UCPN (Maoist) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal and CPN-UML Senior Leader Madhav Kumar Nepal, among others.

CPN-M announces protest aiming January 22

As the date of constitution promulgation -- January 22 -- is nearing in, Mohan Baidya led CPN-Maoist has announced protest programme aiming the date.

The national conference of the party held from December 26-29 has decided to stage protests, including a mass-agitation, from January 8-22.

A statement issued after the conference states the protest-programme includes the party's decision to burn the new constitution on January 23 if the government issues it on January 22.

CPN-M has also demanded the dissolution of the present government and formation of an all-party government.

Baidya-led Maoists have been demanding for a long time that the Constituent Assembly must be dissolved and that the new constitution must be issued by an all-party conference.

However, right before Dashain, when all the parties were ready for an all party-conference, Baidya led CPN-M had boycotted the conference at the last minute.

The national-conference has also demanded that the party cadres arrested during the second Constituent Assembly election must be cleared of the charges faced by them.

According to the protest-programme schedule announced by the CPN-Maoist, there will be publicity events on January 8, mass-strike at different parts of the country from January 9 to January 13, rally at all district headquarters on January 16 and nation-wide protests on January 17.


Wednesday, Dec 31, 2014 7:08 pm


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