Gopal Gurung's Mongol National Organization gaining ground in eastern Nepal
Nepalís controversial politician Mr. Gopal Gurung, President of Mongol National Organization, is not only a frequent visitor to Sikkim and Darjeeling but says that his party, which contested the last parliamentary polls in Nepal, is gaining ground in eastern Nepal.
So far, the MNO has captured eight districts in Nepal, boasts Mr. Gurung, who unsuccessfully contested the parliamentary polls in 1994. His party has, however, not been registered by the Election Commission of Nepal. But this fact does not perturb Mr. Gurung who says, "Even Nelson Mandelaís African National Congress was not recognize earlier but not it has formed the government."
Asked whether he had plans to meet the Chief Minister, Mr., Pawan
Chamling, the soft-spoken Nepali leader said although he helped to
dislodge the former Chief Minister, Mr. Nar Bahadur Bhandari, he has no
intentions of meeting Mr. Chamling.
So parties which get no seats are given official recognition, whilst parties which win 8 seats are not recognised by the Brahmin-occupied Government of Nepal ! All this shows that the Brahmins have transformed Nepal into a hell-state with only Brahmins being able to hold jobs and obtain promotions whilst the rest of the population are condemned to eternal Vedic slavery.
- Tanya Newar,
Dalitstan Journal, Volume 1, Issue 2 (October 1999)