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Maoists call indefinite strike from May 2

Hindustan Times | By, Kathmandu
Apr 27, 2010 01:02 AM IST

Disregarding appeals from the government and international community, Maoists in Nepal on Monday announced their decision to launch an indefinite strike across the country from May 2.

Disregarding appeals from the government and international community, Maoists in Nepal on Monday announced their decision to launch an indefinite strike across the country from May 2.

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The main opposition party stated that the strike is in protest against government unwillingness to end the political deadlock and ensure logical conclusion of the peace and constitution drafting processes. “This is not our wish but have been forced to take this step,” said United Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ at a press conference on Monday.

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Thousands of Maoist cadres would take part in a street demonstration on May 1 seeking removal of the government and establishment of a national unity government headed by the party.

He warned government of dire consequences if it tried to use force to disperse Maoists or prevent them from reaching the capital.

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