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Monday, November 18, 2013

a note to the prime minister of Nepal

Respected Mr PM

How can you assure the security of Nepalese during the general election of constituent assembly 2013 .......

Bomb blasts are happening every day in different parts of the nation and you are saying there is security. You walk with a convey of security people,  read any newspaper and you will know about the real security situation of Nepal.

Even in the capital there were large number of security checks happening  till last week and from this week there are Limited security checks happening at night. So we can see and understand the level of security in the Capital.

We do understand the priority but giving assurance and standing by your decision are two different things. Hope you will stand by it.

I don't feel secure in capital, so I can imagine about other people. You asked people to vote but in regards to that the prices of transports, have made a check or arrangements for the public, NO. For your information the prices of transport have gone up and nobody cares.

Who's responsibility is that?    

How can you assure people's safety ?
Can you make each and every Nepali feel secured a big NO.....

Monday, November 11, 2013

More blood in the name of Democracy is wrong

The Nepal Government is trying to go ahead with the general election in full swing with such situation is a question of discussion. From the security preparation to the management of resources though it is said to be under controlled but in one hand the government is fully prepared whereas on the other hand with the attacks, explosion and security issues things are really looking out of control.

The game of politics and manipulation is taking its toll where 10 days strike certainly puts a questions on operation and happening of the general election.

The question that have been raised is, is the government trying to play Democracy game at the stake of lives of thousand of Nepalese?

As today the first day of general strike against the  election, number of bombs were planted in different schools and public location. Most of them were prohibited but the question of public security is high in concern.

Similarly, with the election closing in, the number of attacks have increased tremendously putting public at high risk.  

Do you want More blood in the name of democracy

The government saying,  they will give security but on real grounds we all know there is no security, who cares about the public. These killings would later be rectified in the name of POLITICS where the public have to suffer  and the public would have nothing to even complain  ...............................

A big slap for how dumb we  Nepalese are ..........

Monday, November 4, 2013

Political call for nomination and practise in Nepal

Today UCPN (Maoist) representatives came to my house with their political manifesto and  public campaign. It was very obvious for me as last year too the same candidate Hisila Yami had filed the nomination from the same place and she had won the election with huge number of votes.  When I saw them I asked them a question as we voted for her party last year, so before voting I wanted to know what was the result of her being in power last year?  My question was very genuine because I wanted to know what they had done and what they were planning to do.  

Answer: They replied we brought tankers for water distribution....

The campaigners were talking and highlighting what they had done at local level?

But my question still remained unanswered
What have you people done for the community and society last year thinking upon which i can reconsider my vote.

Answer was nothing just some blabber answer that were irrelevant.  

I was amazed the way the campaigners treated the public, as if they thought we were not educated and we didn't care about the country.

Hello I am a young generation youth and I beleive in action and hard core changes that would help my society to overcome the gaps between haves and haves not.

But the campaigners were silent, they wanted to know what our problems were and they were looking for instant solution to our limited problems. If thats the case then who would think about the long terms changes and problems. if political leaders are limited within the local problem then who would find solution and give visions  and leadership. I was surprised by the way our political parties lacked political vision and stability. We definitely need a political culture that understands and gives vision to the energy and development.

 Our country needs few attention subjects like:  
1. Taxpayer recognition
2. Transparency in Tax system
3. Effective political culture
4. Strict rules and regulation against corruption

Proposed ideology on Federalism practise 
1. UCPM(Maoist): 11 federal state based on ethnical identity and delineation of special autonomous regions, autonomous regions and protected areas based on the dominant presence of specific communities in certain areas
2. Nepali Congress: Option for 7 or 13 depending on discussion
3. UML: Seeks 7 states although open for discussion with all option open
4. RPP: 7 states, 2 in Terai-Madhes and 5 in mountainous region

Power management and Governance
UCPM(Maoist): Executive President directly elected and Prime Minister chosen by the parliament to run day to day government
2. Nepali Congress: Powerful President and executive Prime Minister elected from Parliament
3. UML: Ceremonial President and Executive Prime Minister
4. RPP: Ceremonial President and Executive Prime Minister
5. RPP Nepal: Ceremonial King and Directly elected Executive Prime Minister.

On Legislative Power:
1. UCPN (Maoist): Bicameral at center, Lower house based on population and equal representative from each provinces in the Upper house
2. Nepali Congress: Parliamentary System
3. UML: Parliamentary System
4. RPP: Parliamentary System

Friday, November 1, 2013

prabal gurunrg hyped too much

I am so surprised that Mr fashion Designer Prabal Gurung who just turned American one month ago is hyped so much. His achievements are really high when we talk about years but hello he has promoted himself not the nation in any ways. Come on People has he not done anything for the country or has he named his labeled "MADE IN NEPAL" to be so proud and prized about. We Nepalese just search for reason to make people go on top without looking at their pros and cons.


Give me some break 

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