Former PM Prachanda of Nepal said - Democracy in danger here; The big democracies help us

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Nepal News – According to former Prime Minister of Nepal Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda, democracy is in danger in their country and at this time those countries where there is democracy and who believe in it should come forward to help. According to information received by World News superfast, Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is considered close to China. He dissolved the parliament two months ago. After this, China is constantly trying to form a government to protect its interests through interference. While Dahal’s statement is an indication of unhappiness towards China, it can be considered a request for help from India and America.

Democracy is killing …

Addressing an anti-faction rally in Kathmandu on Wednesday, Prachanda said – democracy is being killed in Nepal. We appeal for help from the world, especially those countries which are the largest democratic countries. These countries should oppose our Prime Minister Oli’s move.

There is currently a caretaker government in Nepal

According to information received by the World News superfast, Oli was made the Prime Minister by the Communist Party. He took some steps that made him alone in the party. Then dissolved the parliament. The party showed him the way out. Now they want to come back to power by putting pressure on the opponents through China. Therefore, their opposition in the country is increasing.

India previously responded

India responded on 24 December after the dissolution of parliament in Nepal. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said – We are monitoring the situation in Nepal. People there will be helped.

According to information received by World News superfast, after India, America and Britain also demanded to maintain democracy. However, China remained silent on this issue. Now Dahal’s latest statement is a direct gesture to China to give importance to democratic government in Nepal. Recently, Australia also made it clear that the situation in Nepal had to be handled before it deteriorated. European countries have made similar statements.

Hearing continues in Supreme Court

Oli’s decision to dissolve parliament in Nepal has been challenged in the Supreme Court through 13 petitions. Hearing on all these is going on. America had mentioned these in the past. The Foreign Ministry there said- Nepal’s Supreme Court is hearing all the cases. We want the demand of the public to be taken care of.

According to information received by the World News superfast, during the era of Oli, the Government of Nepal made many such decisions directly which will help China. In Kathmandu, the Chinese ambassador continued to meet Bhandari, with frequent and uninterrupted Oli and President Vidya Devi Bhandari. 

When the government fell, a team of Chinese leaders was sent to Kathmandu. There was an attempt to persuade and pressurize the opposition leaders. But, now opposition leaders have come out openly against Oli. Oli’s departure will prove to be a big setback for China. He is also accused of taking bribe.

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTNepal News – According to former Prime Minister of Nepal Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda, democracy is in danger in their country and at this time those countries where there is democracy and who believe in it should come forward to help. According to information received by World News superfast, Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli is considered close to China. He dissolved the parliament two months ago. After this, China is constantly trying to form a government to protect its interests through interference. While Dahal’s statement is an indication of unhappiness towards China, it can be considered a request for help from India and America.Democracy is killing …Addressing an anti-faction rally in Kathmandu on Wednesday, Prachanda said – democracy is being killed in Nepal. We appeal for help from the world, especially those countries which are the largest democratic countries. These countries should oppose our Prime Minister Oli’s move.There is currently a caretaker government in NepalAccording to information received by the World News superfast, Oli was made the Prime Minister by the Communist Party. He took some steps that made him alone in the party. Then dissolved the parliament. The party showed him the way out. Now they want to come back to power by putting pressure on the opponents through China. Therefore, their opposition in the country is increasing.India previously respondedIndia responded on 24 December after the dissolution of parliament in Nepal. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said – We are monitoring the situation in Nepal. People there will be helped.According to information received by World News superfast, after India, America and Britain also demanded to maintain democracy. However, China remained silent on this issue. Now Dahal’s latest statement is a direct gesture to China to give importance to democratic government in Nepal. Recently, Australia also made it clear that the situation in Nepal had to be handled before it deteriorated. European countries have made similar statements.Hearing continues in Supreme CourtOli’s decision to dissolve parliament in Nepal has been challenged in the Supreme Court through 13 petitions. Hearing on all these is going on. America had mentioned these in the past. The Foreign Ministry there said- Nepal’s Supreme Court is hearing all the cases. We want the demand of the public to be taken care of.According to information received by the World News superfast, during the era of Oli, the Government of Nepal made many such decisions directly which will help China. In Kathmandu, the Chinese ambassador continued to meet Bhandari, with frequent and uninterrupted Oli and President Vidya Devi Bhandari. When the government fell, a team of Chinese leaders was sent to Kathmandu. There was an attempt to persuade and pressurize the opposition leaders. But, now opposition leaders have come out openly against Oli. Oli’s departure will prove to be a big setback for China. He is also accused of taking bribe.
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