The king of Nepal keeps pushing himself into a tighter corner. He has taken the penultimate step. He has imposed daytime curfew for two days in a row. But it is clear the movement has now become a revolution.
Since the curfew is on around, I am, as many others, passing time by watching television. Television news has become the source of information on what’s happening in the city (other than watching around my house from the roof)…. After the killing, Pokhara witnessed the biggest rally after the people protested the killing……. Chitwan has been declared democratic zone after the people forced police to flee the scene and took control over the governmental offices.
Kaushaltar and its surrounding is not big and by the number of local participants in such program, I now say that people are uprising for the revolution.
Democracy For Nepal takes a strong stand. Shoot At Sight Order: Dead End For The King, Protests (photos), Constituent Assembly: 300 Seats Of Roughly Equal Population, Crime, Organized Crime, Terrorism, State Terrorism, The Police, The Army Need To Stop Following Illegitimate Orders. The blog talks of a revolutionary parliament.
The 1999 House that will function under an interim constitution. It will have revolutionary powers. It could declare the country a republic. It could purge the entire army top brass. It could do things like that. It could send Kamal Thapa and the king to jail, for example.