Matrika Yadav ‘resurrects’ CPN-Maoist


Embattled Maoist leader Matrika Yadav on Wednesday formally announced his plan to what he called ‘reconstitute’ the CPN (Maoist).
He also said he will have nothing to do with the Unified CPN (Maoist) from now on as he has left the party, a decision he took following differences over CPN (Maoist) forging unity with Unity Center (Masal) recently.
Speaking at a packed press conference at the Nepal Bar Association hall, Kathmandu, Yadav said he is “reconstituting” the CPN (Maoist) as the Maoist leadership has forgotten its revolutionary ideals. He also said that that anyone wishing to join the new party is welcome in it.
Although there was remarkable presence of Maoist activists in the hall, none of the promonent Maoist leaders attended Yadav’s press conference.
Yadav also announced that he will tender his resignation as the Constitution Assembly member before the CA chairman Subas Chandra Nemwang today itself.
Accusing the Unified CPN (Maoist) of being revolutionary in words but not in deeds, the firebrand Madhesi leader said the new party will opt for a “revolutionary path” to solve the problems facing the country.
Asked by journalists present at the hall whether he will also wage a ‘people’s war’ to ensure the success of his ‘revolution’, Yadav said that will entirely depend on the activities of the government.
The former land reform minister, who resigned from his post following major differences with party leadership including his unruly behavior in recapturing land in Siraha district, expressed hope that revolutionary leaders and activists from the Unified CPN (Maoist) will help him in his effort to ‘reconstitute’ the party.
The announcement of a separate CPN (Maoist) by a senior Maoist leader has come at a time when the Unified CPN (Maoist) on the eve of the 14th anniversary of People’s War the Maoists fought against the state.
On Tuesday, Yadav had said that Maoists have been unable to stop rampant corruption that exists in the country. He also said the party, which was the most democratic one before, was now so in name only, but not in practice and expressed dissatisfaction over the Maoist leadership’s negligence of the Madhesh issues.
On Jan 30, Unified CPN (Maoist) had started a “nationwide discussion” to formulate a party policy on “Madhesh issue”. nepalnews.com ag Feb 11 09

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来源:Nepal Maoist leader Matrika Yadav goes underground
Fresh reports have it that Nepal Communist Party-Maoists’ leader Matrika Yadav has gone underground following his resignation as a minister in the incumbent cabinet.
The Maoists party Central Secretariat meeting held on Friday had urged Mr. Yadav to apologize for his visible links in the illegal capture of some privately owned lands in Mirchaiya, Siraha district, and having distributed the captured lands indiscriminately to the homeless people.
However, Mr. Yadav preferred not to apologize for his erratic activities instead tendered impromptu resignation from the post of the minister, September 19, 2008 to Prime Minister Dahal who is also his party’s boss.
The resignation was later accepted by a cabinet meeting on Saturday.
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal had vowed to take strong actions against Matrika Yadav for not abiding by the party’s decision.


The street struggle is connected with the peace process

  • Kiran

How are you evaluating the unity between CPN-Maoist and CPN (Unity Centre-Masal)?

Our party had already made decisions to make single pole of the revolutionary parties and organization. It is the beginning of the unity among the revolutionaries. This unity will certainly fulfill its responsibility for the nation and the people that is to accomplish the revolution.

You are inchange of the organizational department of the unified CPN-Maoist. How have you done division of responsibility of party leaders?

We are thinking about 2 phases of work division. Party central committee has 138 members. We have done our work division of the first phase. Central committee member will bear the in-chargeship of the state committee of autonomous states, mass organizations, fronts and forums. Secondly, there are special bureaus and departments. Thirdly, there are the responsibility in the fronts of the government, constitutes assembly and the different committees of the government and CA.

We have completed our primary work division to mobilize the three fronts: the government, constituent assembly and the street.

Have you any concrete policy and Programme for mobilizing the three fronts together?

We will raise the agendas of nationality, People’s Republic and livelihood during our struggle. For that, we will mobilize the different mass-organizations, fronts and forums.

We have made Unity National Awareness Campaign for the struggle. The campaign will continue for 3 months. This campaign will be implemented in all the autonomous states. The struggle will be for the national independency and against international intervention.

We have made a new tactical line for People’s Federal Democratic National Republic. Under this line and slogan, we will mobilize the people strongly to create the favourable situation for writing people’s constitution. Along with it, the campaign is for the development of the country. It is the campaign of social-economic transformation. The programme of the budget will be implemented in the meantime. The task of socio-economic transformation and struggle will be carried together.

How will you be able to advance the two campaigns for the socio-economic transformation and the struggle of street together at a time?

The decision of the party and the government is similar in some of the issues because the party is in the government. Similarly, the front of the struggle is in the government itself and the Constituent Assembly. The street has always been the front of the struggle. We will mobilize these fronts in a harmonious way. The campaign, ‘Unity National Awareness Campaign’, will unify the three fronts together. And in the other hand, unified mass mobilization will combine these fronts as a supplementary to each other. The street struggle will help the government to draft the constitution of the workers and the peasants.

What are the main hindrances before the Maoist-led government?

The obstacles are both inner and the outer. First, the main inner problem is the activities and the behaviour of the aligned political parties. The UML and the Forum are in the coalition; however, they behave like the opposition. They are creating obstacles on the way to accelerate the vehicle of the government. Second, the old bureaucracy is not helping the government well. We have to solve this problem too. Third, the un-political strike and the protests in the street in an anarchist way is the another obstacle.

The solution of these problems and the address of the aspiration of the people are the true remedies.

The other important thing is that the government is not getting any chance to implement the plan and the programme as according its declaration.

Thee government has to address them.

Can you assure the people that the programme of social-economic transformation will be implemented all over the nation here after?

Certainly, the programme of the socio-economic transformation will be implemented and should be. If there will be no favourable environment to implement it, we will go to the street. We have to clear the hindrances occur on the way. At that time, the struggle will be the out come of the obligation. If one situation can not solve the problem, the other situation takes birth through it.

Many of the conspiracies are being hatched to fail the elected Maoist-led government. We all know that the main task of the government is to write a new constitution and lead the peace process in to a logical end. The extra-others are the secondary tasks for the government. However, the anti-people power and the reactionaries are trying to divert from the main issues and the tasks. Therefore, we advance a head to fulfill these tasks through the street struggle.

Is the street struggle related to the future insurrection?

The street struggle is connected with the progress of the peace process. The three fronts: the government, CA and street: are complementary.

However, the front of struggle can take another bend if the anti-people and the reactionary powers create obstacles incessantly against writing constitution and the peace process.


Unified CPN-M ‘expels’ Matrika Yadav

The Unified CPN (Maoist) has said it has ‘expelled’ politburo member and Constituent Assembly member Matrika Yadav, for “indiscipline and unruly behavior”.

Party spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma said after a meeting of the central secretariat on Saturday that Yadav has been relived of all his responsibilities in the party. However, the party could reconsider on the action against Yadav if he regrets his actions, Sharma informed.

Yadav, former minister and a well-known political figure from Terai, in a press conference in the capital on Wednesday had announced that he had quit the Unified CPN (Maoist) accusing its leadership of comprising the revolutionary image of the party.

Yadav had also been opposing the idea of unification between the Maoist party and Unity Centre (Masal).


Matrika Yadav to announce his party today

Politburo member of Unified CPN (Maoist), who has been at odds with the party leadership for a long time, will confirm split with announcement of the ‘restructured CPN (Maoists)’ in the capital on Wednesday, media reports said.

Yadav, who is set to announce the split on the eve of 14th of the People’s War, said he is not forming a new party, rather he is reconstituting it.

“I am the only leader left in CPN (Maoist) as all others have left the party,” Yadav said indicating the party’s merger with CPN- Ekata Kendra (Masal) on January 13 to form Unified CPN (Maoist).

“The party was the most democratic one in the past, but now it is only in words,” added Yadav.

Last week, there were reports in the media that a breakaway faction of the CPN (Maoists) led by Mani Thapa-‘Revolutionary Left Wing’-was preparing to hold a national conference to announce a new party. Yadav’s connection with this is not clear, although Thapa said he had agreed join them.

The influential leader of Terai, Yadav came into controversy after recapturing land in Siraha district using his cadres even after police had freed the land from them, when he was the Minister for Land Reform and Management. The party leadership had asked Yadav to apologise for his action, after criticism from all sectors.

Yadav refused to apologise. Instead he resigned as minister on September 19, 2008. The party leadership has been trying to appease Yadav in vain.

UCPN (Maoist) purges ‘renegade’ Matrika

KATHMANDU, FEBRUARY 15, 2009 - After three days Matrika Yadav renounced his ties with the party and announced the reconstitution of the CPN-Maoist solo, the Unified CPN (Maoist) Saturday purged the renegade leader from its Central Committee, citing his activities are against the party policy.

The Maoist Central Secretariat meeting that concluded at the party headquarters in the capital took decision to take action against Yadav today.Saying Yadav conducted anarchic activities while being a member of the Unified CPN (Maoist), the party decided to relieve Yadav from all responsibilities.Maoist spokesperson Dinanath Sharma, however, said that the party was ready to review the decision if Yadav wanted to join the party by reprobating his own activities.

The meeting also decided that the party will move in a more committed manner in order to accomplish the peace process and draft the new constitution on time stipulated.It concluded that the training programmes conducted across the country following unification of the party with Ekata Kendra (Masal) has been a success. Sharma informed that the meeting will resume tomorrow.


Kathmandu, Feb 14 (IANS) Within 48 hours ofcelebrating the 14th anniversary of their armed insurrection, Nepal’sMaoist party Saturday expelled a top leader from the Terai plainsfollowing a split in the once underground party.
Matrika Prasad Yadav, once the chief of the Maoist party in the Terairegion and two times minister, was expelled for criticising partysupremo and Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda and accusingthe party of corruption and nepotism.
“The central committee of the party decided to expel Yadav for hisanarchical deviation,” Maoist spokesman and lawmaker Dinanath Sharmasaid.
The expulsion comes as a tit for tat measure as Yadav, former forestminister in the Prachanda-led cabinet, announced earlier this week thathe was quitting the party as well as his seat in the constituentassembly in protest.
Yadav is the first top leader to be shown the door by the party.
Yadav said he was resurrecting the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)that became defunct last year after it merged with a splinter communistparty and renamed itself the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist).
Since Yadav’s revolt, the party has been facing more defections by middle-level leaders.
The maverick rebel, who went to Beijing for consultations beforeannouncing his revolt, is planning to ask the armed bands of formerMaoists active in the Terai plains to join him.
The Maoists, however, kept the door open for reconciliation.
Sharma said if Yadav desired to return to the party fold and wasready to subject himself to public self-criticism, the party wouldreconsider its decision.

Maoist sacks Matrika Yadav [15 Feb]

Sunday, 15 February 2009
Kathmandu, 15 February: The central committee meeting of the Maoist party held on 14 February at its party headquarters in Kathmandu has decided to sack its politburo member Matrika Yadav from general membership.

Dissident Maoist leader Yadav, on 11 February, had announced that he was no more with the integrated CPN Maoist party as he was the leader of the CPN Maoist party. He had denied the integration process of the party and informed that he was going to reshuffle the CPM-Maoist party.

Ousting of Yadav may further affect the party’s already weaken organization in tarai.

The central committee meeting also reached to a conclusion that there are conspiracies against the Maoist lead government from internal and external elements who are trying to launch counter-revolution. In the process, attacks on PM’s private secretary Shakti Basnet and Police post in Puthyan were initiated, the central committee made the conclusion.

100 cadres rush Matrika’s faction

More than 100 leaders and cadres of the Unified CPN (Maoist) joined to the CPN (Maoist) reconstituted and headed by Matrika Yadav on Saturday.

The defectors include Bhojpura State Committee member Indal Rai Yadav, central committee member of the Tharuwan Mukti Morcha Palat Chaudhary and central committee member of the Madheshi Rastriya Mukti Morcha Jayram Yadav.

Regional coordinator of the Young Communist League (YCL) Surendra Sahani and YCL district office secretary Binay Patel also joined the Yadav-led outfit.

After quitting the Unified Maoist, the defectors accused the Unified CPN (Maoist) of being an anti-Madhesh party.

Stating that he was never associated with the Unified CPN (Maoist), Matrika Yadav had said in Kathmandu on Feb. 11 that he was still loyal to the old Maoist party and wanted to give it “a new lease of life”.

Yadav had vowed to give continuity to the revolutionary spirit of the CPN-Maoist that waged the People‘s War to overthrow the feudal monarchy.

Meanwhile, Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) on Saturday expelled its Central Committee leader Matrika Yadav from the party for his “anarchist and undisciplined activities,” party spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma said after party’s central secretariat meeting.

“He (Yadav) has been expelled from all his party positions including partyґs ordinary membership,” Sharma told reporters.

Maoist secretariat meeting postponed; Baidya claims ‘wayward’ Matrika’s exit won’t affect party

The central secretariat meeting of the Unified CPN (Maoist), scheduled to take place Sunday afternoon, has been postponed due to the busy schedule of Prime Minister and party chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal.

Maoist spokesperson Dina Nath Sharma said the meeting would be held on Monday.

The meeting was to take up the recommendations of the party’s Organisation Bureau regarding the upkeep of full-time cadres known as ‘whole-timers’ and Young Communist League (YCL) members. Earlier today, a meeting of the bureau decided to ask the central secretariat, the top body of the party, to make arrangements for lodging, food and education of the whole-timers and YCL cadres.

Meanwhile, senior Maoist leader and organisation department chief Mohan Baidya has said that the exit of politburo member Matrika Yadav will not cause loss it the party. He claimed that Yadav is unlikely to weaken the Maoist base even in Terai even he has floated a separate party.

Talking to reporters after the Organisation Bureau’s meeting, Baidya said his party allows internal debate on ideological matters but anybody wanting to quit the party citing ideological differences is free to do so.

He also said that the party could reconsider the action against Yadav if he apologises for his wayward behavior.

Though Yadav had already left the party, the Unified CPN (Maoist) on Saturday made formal announcement of his removal from the general membership of the party. nepalnews.com mk Feb 15 09


























100 cadres join Matrika’s fold

RAUTAHAT, Feb 14 - More than 100 leaders and activists of the Unified CPN (Maoist) defected to the CPN (Maoist) reconstituted and headed by Matrika Yadav on Saturday.

The defectors include Bhojpura State Committee member Indal Rai Yadav, central committee member of the Tharuwan Mukti Morcha Palat Chaudhary and central committee member of the Madheshi Rastriya Mukti Morcha Jayram Yadav.

Regional coordinator of the Young Communist League (YCL) Surendra Sahani and YCL district office secretary Binay Patel also joined the Yadav-led outfit.

After quitting the Unified Maoist, the defectors accused the Unified CPN (Maoist) of being an anti-Madhesh party.

Stating that he was never associated with the Unified CPN (Maoist), Matrika Yadav had said in Kathmandu on Feb. 11 that he was still loyal to the old Maoist party and wanted to give it “a new lease of life”.

Yadav had vowed to give continuity to the revolutionary spirit of the CPN-Maoist that waged the People‘s War to overthrow the feudal monarchy.

The Maoist party headed by Pushpa Kamal Dahal had renamed itself as the Unified CPN (Maoist) after Ekata-Kendra Masal, a fringe left party, joined its fold.

Earlier on Friday, central member of the Unified CPN (Maoist), Netra Bikram Chand had hinted at the possibility of forming a working alliance with Matrika Yadav, saying that the latter has been still carrying ‘revolutionary spirit’.

Matrika Yadav says Prachanda’s party revolutionary in words, not deeds… 100 cadres leave


According to recent reports, following Matrika Yadav, one hundred cadres have now left Prachanda’s First Worldist so-called Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). Matrika Yadav, a central committee member in the previous incarnation of Prachanda’s party and former land minister, claims that he was never a member of Prachanda’s new so-called UCPN(M). The newly formed UCPN(M) was formed when Prachanda’s revisionists unified with another, more overtly revisionist trend. Other high ranking members have joined Matrika Yadav: Indal Rai Yadev, central committee member of the Tharuwan Mukti Morcha Palat Chaudhary; central committee member of the Madheshi Rastriya Mukti Morcha Jayram Yadav; Surendra Sahani who is the regional coordinator of the Young Communist League (YCL); YCL district office secretary Binay Patel. Central Committee member of Prachanda’s party Netra Bikram Chand has hinted about working with Matrika Yadav, noting that he has a “revolutionary spirit.” Matrika Yadav claims he is loyal to the old Maoist party and wants to give it “a new lease on life.” Matrika Yadav says he will also resign from the Constituent Assembly.

Echoing many of our own criticisms, those who left have accused Prachanda’s party of revisionism, corruption, compradorism, and for being “anti-Madhesh.” They have criticized Prachanda’s dismantling of the People’s Liberation Army and Prachanda’s protection of feudalists. When asked whether he will begin a people’s war, Matrika Yadav said that it depended on the government. (1) (2) (3) We do not have enough information to evaluate Matrika Yadav’s politics as a whole.

The international communist movement is in terrible shape. The revolutionary tradition of the Cultural Revolution is all but lost among the forces claiming to be Maoist today. Maoism was elevated at the height of the Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s, it was codified at the Ninth Congress of the Chinese Communist Party in April of 1969, but was backed away from in the 1970s as the proletariat suffered reversals in China. What do parties claiming to be Maoist stand for today? They have abandoned the basic lessons of Lenin; they do not stand against parliamentarianism. They do not stand for people’s war. They embrace liberalism in culture and politics; they have even gone so far as to embrace liberal democracy as an “answer” to the problems of 20th century socialism. They even embrace developmental strategies that seek to integrate Third World economies into globalization and the american empire. They see america and the First World as their allies. They abandon the global united front by standing against Third World, Islamic anti-imperialist forces. Such is the result of forgetting class struggle, of embracing the Theory of Productive Forces. It is of dire importance to place the revolutionary movement on the right track once again. Let’s hope a real revolutionary, a Maoist-Third Worldist party arises in Nepal to lead the masses all the way to communism.


  1. http://www.kantipuronline.com/kolnews.php?&nid=180414
  2. http://english.siamdailynews.com/asia-n … aoist.html
  3. http://monkeysmashesheaven.wordpress.co … -in-nepal/

Nepal’s United Maoist party feeling brunt of division
With Mr. Matrika Yadav- an influential Madhesi leader quitting the united Maoist Party for good, the Maoists’ People’s Liberation Army too has begun feeling the brunt of the fresh division.

The Maoists party faced a major set-back in the district of Parsa where a dozen district committee members of the United Maoists’ Party led by Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal joined the Matrika faction along with two dozen active cadres.

Similarly, 13 District Committee members followed the suit and resigned in Rautahat from the United Maoist party and merged with the Maoist party led by Matrika Yadav.

In Morang district, the Biratnagar United Maoist in charge Bijay Kamat led forty-five active cadres are talked to join the Matrika faction in a day or two.

Hundreds of United Maoist cadres in Jhapa District including a portion of Peoples’ Liberation Army men residing in the Chula Chuli camp are preparing to Mr. Matrika Yadav.

In Sunsai district, Dharmendra Rai and other one hundred three Maoists’ cadres have already quit the mother party and have joined the “restructured party” of the Maoists now led by Matrika.

In the Western Nepal, a sizeable chunk of the Untied Maoists’ affiliated Tharu Liberation Front is all set to join the Matrika group, say fresh reports.

“The leaders of Madhesi Liberation front in the district of Banke too are preparing to join the Matrika group”.

The Fourth Division Battalion Commander Rabi Dhami at an interaction program held in Nepalgunj declared the other day in a public meet that his group has already joined the Maoists Party led by Matrika Yadav.

The Nepali Patra Weekly dated 20 February, 2009, claims that faction led currently by Matrika Yadav will be chaired by none less than Mohan Vaidya KIRAN.
The speed with which disgruntled Maoists cadres are abandoning their own mother party, it seems that the original Maoist party led by Prachanda will turn out to be a mere splinter of Matrika’s restructured party.
2009-02-21 11:10:04


加德满都, 2月12日

他说,他还将设法把高特(Jay Krishna Goit——特莱人民解放军的首脑)也加入进他的党里来。他希望,尼联共内持不同政见的党员也加入他的政党,以保持党的革命精神。他还表示,新党的中央委员会组成将很快公布。

在Morang区,Biratnagar的联共(毛)负责人Bijay Kamat带领45名党员将于一两天内加入亚达夫的组织。
在Jhapa区,数以百计的联共(毛)成员,包括一部分驻扎在Chula Chuli营地的人民解放军成员,也正准备跟随亚达夫。
在Sunsai区,Dharmendra Rai和另外一百零三名毛派成员已经退出了母党,加入亚达夫领导的“重建”的尼共(毛)。
第四师营长Rabi Dhami在尼泊尔根杰的一次会议上宣布,前几天在一次公开会议上,他的营已经加入了亚达夫的毛派党。



Nepal Maoist leader Dahal deviates from party’s ideologies: Matrika
Matrika Yadav, the former Maoist leader, has once again criticized his own former party boss, Pushpa Kamal Dahal stating that “Prachanda stands now deviated

from the Party’s charted ideologies and has distanced himself from the people’s wishes and preferences”.

He made these allegations yesterday February 21, 2009, in Haripurba village, Sarlahi district.

Talking to some media men after addressing a local mass meet, Matrika Yadav opined that “Prachanda has betrayed the party’s structured ideologies and is

exhibiting extra lust for chair and power”.

Matrika said, “During the people’s war, Prachanda used to exhibit his serious concern over the plight of the down trodden Nepali population and was a hard

working Maoist leader”.

However, adds Matrika that “of late Comrade Prachanda finds himself quite comfortable with the former Panchayati stalwarts and remains encircled by the same


According to him, the Maoists party must not have forged unification with those who were afraid of waging a people’s war”.

Perhaps he was referring to the fresh unity of the Maoists with the party( Unity Center) led by Narayan Kaji Shrestha.

The unity efforts of the Maoists, according to Matrika Yadav, have been carried out only to sideline the real cadres and the activists of the party.

“The fresh unity in between the Unity Center-MASAL and the Maoists has already sidelined the real revolutionaries remaining in the party”, adds Matrika.

“This is just a grand design to sideline the real revolutionary leaders”, is how Matrika takes the unification of the Masal with the Maoists.

It is for this reason, claims Matrika that “I have dared to restructure the Maoist party”.

Talking of the various Terai outfits, Matrika says that “The time had yet not come to demand for a separate State in Terai/Madhesh”.

Matrika blames the men belonging to the higher echelons and autocrats for having disturbed the communal harmony in between the Madhesis and the Pahadis.

“The Madhesis and the Pahadis-both residents of the same soil, were like nail and skin and thus this sort of relation must continue for ever”, Matrika


He also warned the government that if his restructured party’s demands were ignored by the government then he would not hesitate in taking up to the arms.

He also refuted the rumor that he met former Crown Prince Paras while in China.

“This is a rumor deliberately spread to tarnish my political image by some interested detractors”, Matrika concluded.

2009-02-22 15:12:00