ABRSU organizes protest

Published on Jun 27 2006 // Main News

Goldhap, June 27: All Bhutan Revolutionary Students’ Union (ABRSU), the student wing of Communist Party of Bhutan (MLM) in Goldhap camp organized a protest rally against absolute Bhutanese monarch on June 25.
Some hundreds of exile Bhutanese from all camps took part in the demonstration. They marched around the camp chanting anti-monarch slogans. A central leader of CPB-MLM addressing the mass said that his party has been holding massive preparation to end the absolute monarchy in the country. Student leaders also informed that their programs are almost limited inside Bhutan and not in camps. They demand Nepalese government not to obstruct them while they launch series of peaceful protest in Nepal. ABRSU have already warned students studying below grade 10 not to get admission in local boarding schools. During the program, Bhutanese artists performed cultural shows by dancing with fake weapons.
Maoist had held similar program in Goldhap some weeks ago. They have been launching campaigns in all camps urging students and camp based teachers to extend possible support. ‘Nabin’ who denied revealing his position in party, talking to Bhutan News Service, claimed that thousands of people had participated in their recent program in Sanischare camp as well.
Similarly, Bhutanese Maoists have formally formed three members Dungkhag Committee of region number five under district eight including 'Aviskar' and 'Pradip', a member of the committee told Bhutan News Service. CPB-MLM has been seen active in campaigns outside camps as well where even party cadres from inside Bhutan are so to be involved. Bhutan News Service