One of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist’s party hardliners, Mr. Chandra Prakash Gajurel alias Gaurav has deplored the repressive measures adopted by the Indian government towards the Indian Communist-Party Maoists.
“As we have fraternal relations on ideological grounds with the Maoists of India, we will never accept the repressive measures adopted by the Indian government towards our Indian comrade–in-arms”, Mr. Gajurel is quoted as saying by the Rajdhani Daily August 3, 2009.
“We strongly protest against this Indian government’s brutal act”, said Gajurel who is the Maoists’ Party secretary and chief of the International bureau.
This is the second time that the Nepal Maoists have expressed their concerns as regards the Indian Maoists.
The Indian government had declared the Indian Maoists as terrorists on June 22, 2009.
In the meanwhile, a report being made available from France claims that Gajurel’s daughter is currently under French custody for traveling across the country without legal documents in her possession.