Maoists do it all – bandhs, strikes, and whatever they could do in Nepal for their leaders
Maoists are withstanding their indefinite general strike in Nepal since last Saturday (May 1). The party cadres are now with sorts of weapons like lathis and stones, and eventually the Nepal bandh is turning into violence. In some of the places there are clashes between Maobadi cadres and local peoples againts the strikes.
This indefinite strike by Maoists is costing Nepal lots. Here’s what Maoists do it all – bandhs, strikes, and whatever they could do in Nepal for their leaders, in glimpses of pictures across various papers and magazines published in the country recently.
Maoist Chairman Puspha Kamal Dahal and vice chairmen Mohan Baidya, Dr Baburam Bhattarai and Narayankaji Shrestha inspecting the Human Chain formed by party cadres on Ringroad on the third day of the indefinite stir in Kathmandu, on Tuesday. (THT, May 5, 2010)
UCPN-Maoist cadres thrashing a motorbike rider for defying bandh on the fifth day of their indefinite general strike in Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, on Thursday.
Hindu Yuba Sangh activists torching a tent set up by the UCPN-M cadres to protest the general strike called by the main opposition at Ghantaghar Chowk in Birjung on Thursday.
A mass protest rally at Bhadrakali in Kathmandu on Thursday.