By Li Onesto
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I tell myself yes, it really did happen, you spent the last few hours talking with guerrillas from the People’s Army. It is a good bit after 3:00 am now and we will have to leave the village early in the morning, so we blow out the last flickering flame, lie down, and try to get some sleep. ’ According to the brief article, the incident happened in Banepa. I read the following, keeping in mind that such news reports about the People’s War in the mainstream, pro-government press may or may not be reliable: ‘The Maoists were burned to death as the bomb they hurled at the police exploded among themselves after striking against the wall of the house they were staying in.
The first thing Dipak talks about are some of the people who have been killed in this area. ‘Rewati Sapkota was 25 years old, married with a son and a daughter, at the time of his death in 1998. He had been in the People’s Army a year and a half before being killed by a police commander in a sudden encounter in the forest. Four guerrillas were attacked by about a dozen police and Rewati and one other squad member were killed. ‘Bhim Prasad Sharma was 20 years old and had just graduated from high school and gotten married when he was killed − in another sudden encounter with the police.
Guerrilla sentries protect the surrounding territory and if police come anywhere Onesto 01 intro 16 22/9/04 4:51:26 pm Meeting the People’s Army 17 near, people wanted by the police and people working underground are notified and leave. The Maoist leaders in this area know we are coming and make sure things are secure for our arrival. It’s very dark by the time we get to the house where we’ll be staying and meeting with people. We immediately go inside and are greeted by two of the local leaders of the CPN (Maoist).