Split from UCPN (Maoist) was 'natural', Baidhya says
Newly-formed CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidhya
Chairman of the newly-formed CPN-Maoist, Mohan Baidhya, on Friday urged the party cadres to take the breakaway from the Unified CPN-Maoist as a natural process.
Laying the foundation stone of Ichchhuk Cultural Foundation building in the capital today, he said some former UCPN-Maoist leaders separated and formed the new party after the UCPN-Maoist was not ready to transform as per the Marxist theory. According to RSS, he said unity, struggle, transformation and breakaway in a communist party was natural process.
Chairman Baidya said that formation of the new party was the beginning of a new chapter as the leaders of the new party would take a leading role to fulfill the unfulfilled dreams of the great fighters like Krishna Sen Ichchhuk.
He said formation of the revolutionary party was a must to pave a way to the current political transition.
On the occasion, Baidya said that the Ichchhuk Cultural Foundation should be developed as a broad research center.
He appreciated the life of Sen and said one and all should learn from the struggles of Ichchhuk and added he was a true revolutionary figure.
Vice-chairman of the Foundation Dr Rishiraj Baral said they had to struggle enough to establish the Foundation.
Journalist and critic Ichchhuk was arrested and murdered by the state force a decade ago. Nepalnews.com