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thinking the Maoists will stick to their commitment to adhere to peace and democratic norms was an error of judgment on our part? If that is the caseit is a clear repudiation of its twin-pillar theory encouraging constitutional monarchy and pro-democracy forces to work together and its patronage of the Maoists as legitimate representatives of the people WikiLeaks outed Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Raos alleged disclosure that India has failed to win the support of Nepals Maoists despite having paid them This indicates the extent to which India is upset with the Maoists In additionthe growth and spread of Maoist violence in Indiaand the suspected link between the Maoists of the two countrieshas widened the rift Any future step by Nepals Maoists that contradicts the promise made to India when it mediated between them and Nepals pro-democracy forces in November 2005would impact Indias approach to Nepal In other wordsthe UCPN-M and its top leadership must unambiguously state and prove by action that the use of arms is historyand that it is committed to democracypluralism and peace But will Prachanda listen He has asked the All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNISU-Revolutionary)the Maoists student wingto prepare for mass revolt violent if necessaryeven as the partys labour wing demands a 121 per cent rise in wages of employees at all levels in factoriespublic and private If the management fails to deliverindustrial production will grind to a standstill The Nepali Congress and the CPN-UML have said in so many words that Maoists do not want the peace process to proceed and that a decisive battle is inevitablebut their fighting words rest on the strength of the Nepal army rather than the combined ability and strength of their cadres With the United Nations Mission to Nepal (UNMIN) now certain to exit by the third week of Januarythe vexed issue of integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist combatants will remain unresolved And the Nepal armywhich has been treated as at par with that of the Maoists in the sense that both armies remained confined to their designated camps and barracks as long as the UNMIN was here will revert to pre-UNMIN statusThat is sure to invite further tussles between the state army and the Maoists And as for Prachandaa flexible pro-peace approach would be acceptable only so long as he can be in power All this may not be a pleasant scenario for Nepals political future The resurgence of internal conflict will extract a heavy costas Nepal knows from bitter experience A promise of peace and the threat of armed revolt cant go together That only discredits the countrys politics and its standing in its immediate neighbourhood and in the wider international arena yubarajghimire@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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