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Sujata, never above suspicion herself, bills former rebels as corrupt people

N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Here is Sujata Koirala, the pampered daughter of G P Koirala, coming up with her opinion on Maoists.

Her latest take on Maoist is they are not only ” immoral ” but also ” unethical” too. She has garbled this with another take saying “they are good at business.”

The forum was Nepal Press Union outside the capital.

She joined general public and media saying “In the name of the general public, the Maoist leaders are amassing wealth both while in in the government and out of it.”

This is a pointer at Prachanda who has started stinking for his love of lucre lately.

However she left herself out while taking hot pot shot at the Maoists. She is known to have made million while her father was in power since 1990.

Her modus operandi has remained a mystery.

Here she is calling Prakash, son of Prachanda, as no different that Paras, the former crown prince.

Here she is pointing how the instance of the government doling out 20m to Prakash for his whimsical expedition has exposed the corrupt side of the Maoist leaders for the umpteenth time.

Meanwhile everyone know how and why her son in law, a Bangladeshi identified as Rupesh, had to leave Nepal after a bitter encounter with Paras. Both had love for lucre and much else in common.

Everyone knows that Sujata turned into anti-monarchist after the encounter with Paras. Now she is trying to whitewash her image by saying that Gyanendra must be arrested for conspiring against the republican order.

She took another hot pot shot at the Maoists saying they take sadistic pleasure from violent activities and were much similar to Gyanendra Shah in many ways.

Published Date: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 | 06:33 PM

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