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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Nepal Army showcasing fire crackers on Army Day



The Nepal Army celebrated its ARMY DAY on Shivaratri. Every year the pristine organization celebrates ARMY DAY with huge excitement showcasing its technology and various level of skills and activities among its personnel and dignitaries.
This year the celebration included a fire cracker show which was surely an excitement to the public but looking at it form the perspective  of an environment and  sound pollution  way it certainly seems arguable about why wasting so much of in such a way.

Nepal Army is the discipline institution which follows the rule and regulation of Nepal government, so using fire crackers which has been restrain to public access during festivals certainly sounds impractical.

Another aspect to the argument is Nepal Government prohibits the use of fire crackers especially during the festivals of Deepwali on the basis of sound and environment pollution. The same rule does not apply on the government organization like Nepal Army simply shows how the hypocrisy works in creating double standards. Likewise, even the organization which has always been the pride and respected among the public should have restrain its fire cracker show in view of its image.

How can there be two standards that effects public directly?  








  


Monday, July 20, 2015

My Recommendation for the New Constitution


Please find attached my recommendation and suggestion

The current constitution is very vague about various topics where political leaders have become smarter in making their presence and power superior. ‪#‎Constitution_of_Nepal‬ should be above everything not political leaders, Political leader should not have the full power being in control. They are the there as part of their social responsibility which needs to be well understood. They are they for the public and country not for their party. The limited political approach and bad political culture has resulted this country into political crisis of today. we do not want to transcend the same culture upon the coming generation. Political aspiration should not be bigger than the country, it should be for the public and welfare.      
1. Citizenship should be simplified in terms of being valid by official birth documents and one parent rule. As for the rich, it is easy but for the poor its even hard to find a visibility in terms of existence and identity so making it rigid in terms normal citizen of family legacy is very hard for the poor.

2. Judiciary system should be independent, no manipulation by political leaders, especially in regards to the appointment and promotion should be done. It should remain independent in every aspect of it management and operation. Judiciary and its management should be done by judicial council with prominent mechanism of performance and qualification with no political intervention.

3. Security council should have a representation of President and CoAS. it is utmost important for a mulitstakeholder approach in terms of security council. Compromising the security council of only political leaders will jeopardize the country's sovereignty and pride at all times. we do not trust our politics as they have no political culture and faith so its better to avert the risk then to put faith on them.   
4. There should be a provision of electing public nominate representative to state leading bodies. Similarly,   political parties must be monitored in terms of their action. I think its high time there should be a provision in the constitution regarding a mechanism to monitoring the political culture. Political leaders specially are more prune to power and publicity where they are not responsible towards their country and people. If the country's religion is utmost important then the people who run should have a code of conduct   which is utmost important.

5. ‪#‎Nepal_Army‬ should be left independent. Nepal Army is the only institution that should be left independent. the discipline and the management of the organization is very well testament of how it has maintained its pride and prestige. So this organization should not be leveled with other government organization. The pride of being #Nepal_Army should be retained by Nepal Army Act only
 
6. Religion facts should not be included in the constitution, its the right of public so it should not be touched. secularism completely describes its  practice and nature so it should be left alone.
Nepal is a secular country that defines the practice.

7. Every Nepali should have the right to be who he is and what he wants by every means possible. Regarding the international convention and standards also there should be a provision of automatic mandate as we have adapted globalization so there is a possibility of huge confrontation in-terms of practice and definition.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Nepal’s PM resigns after tussle of power with the president

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May 04,2009 Kathmandu, Nepal: Nepal’s PrimeMinister(PM) Puspa Kamal Dahal resigned from his post of leadership, highlighting the current crisis situation of the inappropriate use of power by the President Dr Ram Bran Yadav against the sack of Chief of the Army Staff (CoAS) Rookmangud Katawal by the government.
The Maoist government had sacked Rookmangud Katawal from his position of CoAS of Nepali Army against the power tussle of Maoist and the Nepal Army. Recently during a national sports Program, Nepali Army drew back its sportsperson from the games, stating that the Maoist sportsmen did not comply the rules.
Briefly stating in a press release, the Nepal Army Media Directorate reasoned that the Maoist sportsmen failed to submit their application during the standard application time and later they participated the games influencing its bureaucratic powers to enter the games, which was against the sprit of sportsmanship.
Highlighting the issue, the CoAS was asked a written explanation to comply the reason behind drawing the army sportsmen from the games where Katawal had submitted the explanation. But undermining the report on Sunday, the Maoist led government using its powers and sacked Katawal under the Nepal Military Act, 2006 and appointed active general Kul Bahadur Khadka as the officiating CoAS of Nepal Army. Despite the fact that other parties had boycotted the cabinet meeting when the PM had proposed the sack of the CoAS Katawal; the Maoist led Government Issue the notice to Katawal.
In repose to the decision the other parties heavily protested against the monopoly of the Maoist led government and demanded the resignation of the PM. Moreover, acting against the situation the President Yadav using his power of president-ship reinstated Katawal as the CoAS of Nepal Army.
In view of the president’s act, the prime minister addressing the nation at around 11:00 GMT on Monday gave his resignation against the public through the communication medium which was later accepted by the president.


By Shreedeep Rayamajhi

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