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Inciting revenge can derail peace process, warns PM

Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai has accused the forces against peace and changes are making efforts to disrupt the peace process of Nepal.
Inaugurating the closing ceremony of Visit Lumbini Year-2012 at Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, today, he warned not to incite the revenge by raising the cases of war period.
“The forces reluctant to accept peace and change of hatching conspiracy to fail the peace process,” PM Dr Bhattarai claimed.
Prime Minister Dr Bhattarai said that a cold war was taking place between the pro-change and status-quoist forces in the country. Referring to the case of Dailekh-based journalist Dekendra Thapa, he said, “this is not a time to blame upon a particular person and party.”

Published Date: Tuesday, January 15th, 2013 | 06:17 AM

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