Documents and Statements of the
Communist Party of Nepal (Revolutionary Maoist)

[Originally named: CPN — Maoist]

      This page is devoted to making available documents and statements of the Communist Party of Nepal (Revolutionary Maoist). The CPN(RM) was formed with the shorter original name of CPN—Maoist and the word Revolutionary was added later. It was created in June 2012 as a split-off of the more revolutionary and left-wing elements from the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). In 2006 the UCPN(Maoist), later called the CPN (Maoist Centre), abandoned the People’s War it had been leading with such great promise and became a reformist parliamentary party mired in hopelessly ineffective bourgeois politics. The first party congress of the CPN(RM) took place in January 2013. (This was formally called the Seventh National Congress, for reasons of historical continuity.)

      The founding Chairman of the CPN(RM) is Mohan Baidya (or Vaidya), who is also known by the Party name “Kiran”. Articles by Kiran and other leaders of the new party back when they were still part of the UCPN(Maoist) can be found at individual leaders of the UCPN(M).

      Unfortunately, in its first years the CPN(RM) didn’t seem to be able to develop a political line that was very distinguishable from that of the UCPN(M), and there soon developed views within it that they should merge back into the UCPN(M). But this did not occur.

      However, the initial failure of the CPN(RM) to develop a truly distinctive and revolutionary line alarmed a major section of the new party, as did all the talk about rejoining the UCPN(M). Things came to a head in November 2014 when a section of the CPN(RM) led by Netra Bikram Chand (“Biplab” or “Biplav”) split off to form a separate new party using the older name: “CPN Maoist” (without the hyphen, but later with parentheses around the word “Maoist”). It now appears to many that the revolutionary hopes of the Nepalese people may depend on one or both of these parties. The future line and strategy of these two parties is probably still an open question.

      If you know of additional documents or statements which should be posted here, or have any comments or suggestions, please contact us at:

CPN (Revolutionary Maoist)
Party Documents, Statements, Articles and Interviews

Jangantantra, a new journal of the CPN (Revolutionary Maoist)

People’s Voice, Bulletin of the CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) [formerly the CPN—Maoist]

Maoist Outlook, Official Organ of the CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) [formerly the CPN—Maoist]


      Bargabodh, which means “Class Conscious”, is a trimonthly (quarterly) journal in the Nepalese language published by the National Revolutionary Intellectual Forum Nepal, which is associated with the Nepal Communist Party (Revolutionary Maoist). We have the first 3 issues posted below and hope to also post future issues here when they are published.


      Bargadristi (or Bargadrishti) is the weekly newspaper in the Nepali language of the CPN (Revolutionary Maoist). Each issue has 8 pages, unless otherwise stated. New and recent issues are available at:   The much older issues which are not available below may possibly be available on the Bargardisti Website, though they can be difficult to locate and download. See:

News Reports and Commentaries about the CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) [formerly the CPN—Maoist]


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