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Nepal: The Transition of Power: A Sociological Study

Ranjit Deb Barman (Author)
Synopsis The researcher attempts to write a book on Nepal and her Maoist activities because he gets interested to evaluate as well as justify if the role and appearance of the Maoist Comrades whose armed revolution in the form of guerrilla war truly manages to capture a few areas of Nepal to keep under their control where the Nepali Police and military cannot penetrate themselves even at day time, are really effective and adequate in Nepal. They claim that Nepal is standing on the verge of revolution that must make the country free from economic exploitation, social deprivation and torturing and due to such advanced situation the Maoists are very prompt to steal the exact opportunity of the circumstances to give birth to a mass up heaval that ultimately dismantles the ceremonial monarchical system with a traditional prime ministerial regime that always befools the common people as the presence of prime minister signifies that Nepal runs under a grand and magnificent democracy but in practice, it is worse than the royal British system.
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Title Nepal: The Transition of Power: A Sociological Study
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.12.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sagnik Books
Language: English
isbn 9788190333047
length x+223p., 23cm.