Roshan Karki, then spokesman for the Rastriya Prajatantra party, said: « Nowhere in the world has peace been restored with coherence between political forces and rebels. But the initiative for the peace process is positive. Until now, the king saw no advantage in the 12-point agreement between the Alliance of Seven and the Maoists. He places the crown on municipal elections – the political game against opposition parties and Maoists. If he does not win the match, it could cost the crown he has been wearing since June 2001 and the loss of many good lives by the Nepalese. There is a complete, undeclared war between the king and political parties fighting for peace and democracy. To win this war, the king`s government adopted the self-destructive policy of repression. For 104 years, the Rana administration has been wretched about Nepal, how long would the Shah`s administration pursue it by refusing to give up the power exercised by the people itself? The palace, which leads a disputed government, had tried to hide its unease while talks continued, but ministers have now gone on the offensive against the new alliance. Conservative Nepalese commentators and American diplomats had repeatedly warned of the consequences if the parties reached an agreement with the Maoists. Some critics had hoped that the talks would collapse or fail, but the 12-point agreement in November radically changed political realities – but not yet irrevocably. 6.3.
After the arrival of the Nepalese army in barracks and Maoist army fighters in makeshift camps, the cessation, use of violence and armaments to create fear and terror would be legally punishable against the agreement and the law. 1.3.Both parties provide all agencies under their control with the necessary guidance for the immediate implementation of this agreement, compliance with this agreement and its implementation. The resolution of the conflict, as Pradip Giri, a political ideologue, says, will depend on the king`s willingness to remain truly constitutional, on the willingness of the Maoists to lay down their arms ™, and on the willingness of the parties to ™ of Atonement for their past mistakes and their ability to exercise internal democracy. Much will also depend on the sincerity and effectiveness with which the Maoists and the parties will implement this agreement and how the king perceives this new development. It was so critical of history that the king had to present a great sagacity by maintaining the national interest first and working in harmony with the will of the people to have lasting peace and security. To that end, it would be wise to hold a national political conference in which the Maoists will participate in order to develop a roadmap that would lead us to lasting peace, democracy and prosperity and the implementation of its recommendations. The Maoists and the Alliance of seven parties for the restoration of democracy agreed to form a transitional government by organizing a national political conference of agitated democratic forces and establishing full democracy by holding elections to the Constituent Assembly. In the name of the alliance of the seven parties, Nepalese Congress spokesman Krishna Sitaula and party treasurer Mahanta Thakur, senior officials of the political bureau of the CPN-UML, Jhalanath Khanal and Bamdev Gautam, the president of Janamorcha Nepal, Amik Serchan, and the chairman of the PRAkash CENTRE UNITY of CPN signed the agreement, while cpN-Maoist Chief Prachanda signed the agreement.