Kathmandu, Mar 30 : Nepalese Maoist leader Mohan Baidya has claimed that the leftist alliance is not materializing because India and the US are against it.
India and the US used their influence to avoid alliance because they fear that if there were a leftist alliance then there would be a "huge miracle" in Nepal, said Baidya while addressing an election rally.
He also accused the Unified Marxist Leninist (UML) for left parties contesting separately in the April 10 Constituent Assembly elections.
Baidya, who is often referred to as the mentor of Maoist chairman Prachanda, remarked that UML was not a leftist party and that it didn't have even a least bit of morality in it, nepalnews.com reported.
Although UML general secretary Madhav Nepal has been talking about leftist alliance during the polls his party is in reality against the idea, he said.