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Maoist Mania on the Road

On May Day 2010 the main opposition UCPN-Maoist called indefinite general strike demanding dissolution of the government to pave way for Maoist-lead national government to conclude the peace process and draft a ‘people’s constitution’. Thousands of Maoist cadres, bushed in from across the country, hit the streets shouting slogans and disrupting Nation. Life across the country was severely paralyzed and people had to suffer the most.

Here are some pictures I have captured during 6 days long Maoist mania on the road.

Please click Thumbnail to view the larger version.

8 thoughts on “Maoist Mania on the Road

  1. Kurye olarak hizmet veren kişiler, bulundukları lokasyondaki her adrese en kısa sürede ulaşma yolunu bilirler. Üstelik verilen bu görevi hava, trafik ve buna benzer diğer olumsuz şartlardan etkilenmeden yerine getirirler. Yani iş hayatı başta olmak üzere hayatın hemen her alanında önemli görevleri üstlenebilir ve başarıyla yerine getirebilirler. Özellikle büyük şehirlerdeki trafik kaosu ve adres konusundaki karmaşa göze alınırsa, kurye hizmetlerinden faydalanmanın bazı durumlarda zorunlu hale geleceği anlaşılabilir. Örneğin İstanbul’un bir noktasından diğer bir noktasına acil şekilde önemli bir evrak ulaştırmak gerektiğinde ya da hastanızın ihtiyacı olan ilacı acil ve güvenli bir şekilde ulaştırmak gerektiğinde, İstanbul moto kurye hizmetimizden faydalanarak sorununuza çözüm üretebilirsiniz.

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  3. Thank you Ravi, Lava and Sangharsha, for your comments. Also a big thank you to Dijup for fixing this post ‘Maoist Mania on the Road’. Actually I was not aware of this ‘Gallery’ option for posting pictures here in EU. This is the reason why pictures numbering previously looks mess like Ravi said. Now I got the idea and I will definitely post more photoblog in coming days.

  4. I loved the motion you have captured, along with the vivid colors. Thanks for sharing the shots.

    Let’s hope this mania wont repeat in any of the streets in Nepal in the future.

  5. Thanks a lot for sharing the pictures.
    Every picture holds a different story. A sum of report can come up looking at the series of pictures itself.

    But the file numbering is little distracting there. Should have used an appropriate caption or ordering i guess :).

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