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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Ghaite death ignites controversy

The Story of Kumar Shrestha A.K.A Kumar Ghaite's is like any other Bollywood movie where a GUNDA turns to a social worker without escaping his Karma. Despite the fact of his criminal record the Nepali Congress had taken him  in their political Protection. But as said you cannot escape your destiny He was killed by the Nepal Police in a cross firing when Ghaite open fire at police as reported by Nepal Police. Though Nepali congress party has been denying the story saying the police intentionally Encountered him.

Looking at the circumstantial evidences, the story of the Nepali police may not be as strong but there is no point in arguing whether he deserved to be alive or not. He was a hard core criminal who was on the most wanted list. If he was caught  then he would get out using his political alliance he would be out of the jail. The Nepal police may have done the operation in a more proactive way but one thing they need to understand that killing is not a solution. People may support the killing of a criminal but if the power is misused then there would be a serious problem.

No matter what reality is but he was a criminal and was involved in various criminal cases and was listed on the top wanted list of Nepal Police.  Why are the political parties of Nepal so weak in terms of morale values and ethics. Now they are saying he had changed but my question is what's the use.
He was a hard core criminal and he entered the political party as a gunda. Would they accept him if he had changed as then his power and reputation would surely be affected.

As per his close allies he was followed by police weeks before he was killed. Police tried to kill him and he filed an application to Human rights Commission demanding protection of his life.

One more Gunda is down now the city may be a safer place but let's hope for the best as we do not want the police to be going insane  with the power.  

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Nepal Police has no credibility

Early morning I had a scuffle with some thugs who tried to intimidate me.
In front of my home there big public property where kids come and play. We have had no problem and issues but lately a group of teenagers have been teaming up in playing football creating social menace in the society. The teenagers have not only been smoking weed but at times their language is insanely untollerable. We have been ignoring this and at times we have reported this to the Nepal police but as they like to say we have limited resources so we cannot do anything....

Coming back to the story, they play the ball harshly and hit the doors and enter the premises without permission. Most of the times when they are confronted they would reply back with slangs. We have been constantly requesting them to playing slowly but with their raising attitude and behavior its getting in tolerable.

After the incident we the society people went to the sorakhutte police station for report.  Their first reaction was very annoying as the thugs were already there in the police station. The officers instead of assuring us started shouting at us and they were very absurd as if we were the culprits. One of the relatives of the thugs was there. I think he had staged the police man with some understanding that we were being ignored.  After raising our voices the situation came in control and they agreed to listen to us.

I say what is this we pay taxes and at the same end we have to face the harsh consequences.

It made me feel as if Nepal's police is very biased toward power, position and money.

I could not understand the relative relationship of why police treats the normal public like this.

Why are we so pathetic to bear all this ........

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Talk of Ktown: I am a tax payer and I need my security

Kathmandu city is stunned with Akshya Kumar. The so called press is following him everywhere, making him a hero in the front page of newspapers to social media’s Newsfeed, he is everywhere. Going through the pictures, I noticed something that really surprised me. In one of the pictures he is walking around with plenty of police personnel as security.    What the hell?

In this country, I am a legal public tax payer and pay my taxes on time with 5 digit figures every year and I don’t get any security and bloody a foreigner who is not even a taxpayer gets dozen of security personnel.

 What kind of policy is this?

If I go to a police station and launch a complain then they will not even register it, they will first ask to investigate and only after that looking at the severity they will decide whether to launch FIR or not. Whereas in normal practice once a person goes to a police station, it is the first duty of the police personnel to launch and register the complain but in Nepal that’s not the case. I think this is the reason why Nepal police has a high crime resolving rate because they fail to register or address most of the cases that comes to them either they suppress it or ignore it.

You need status and authority, even for registering a case. If it’s a so call hi-fi VIP then it will be done by instance, but for the local normal public they would have to WAIT…………………
We need to change this in the system. It has to change, police is there for the public not to discriminate, we have to make people understand that tax payers  need the respect that they deserve and the top on the list are the civil servant who ignore and neglect the tax payers. They have to know this, that taxpayers are their high priority  and they have to be  abide by the law.

Just think how sad this is
"There is no rights to justice when you are vulnerable, you have to strive and that is what is wrong"  

STOP BEING VULNERABLE....................... 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

I'm inked (Tattooed) and I'm not a criminal.............

This is not just a justification but a question of substance. Why are we being so limited that our physical appearance makes us so vulnerable against police brutality. Nepal Police has been brutal towards people with just overlooking their physical presence and it is so true. In a current drive against fighting crime the Nepal police have listed long hair, tattoos and piercing as physical traits of CRIMINALS. Anyone having long hair, tattoos and piercing would be treated then and there with harshness and brutality. It is completely illogical and absurd for a prestigious organization like Nepal police to do something like this. People do have their interest and rights and it’s their rights to look the way they want just by having a limited thinking of making assumption Nepal police cannot breach the social conduct.
These days’ tattoos, piercing and long hair has been in fashion and prestigious people do carry it as a form of art and presence but the Nepal police trying to counteract it upon normal public is wrong.

The definition of social presence and alertness certainly impede us in various ways of our presentation. It is hypocrisy just to overlook the fact that tattoos and piercing are a form of art and nagging the normal pubic in case of few practices of criminals is an example of weak mentality.    

How can POLICE be so discriminatory that they would treat people accordingly? They are civil servants, they have to protect and serve the public instead of that they are trying to rule in just with the sense of frustration. We condemn from our side with every little effort to say the police need politeness and respect for the public. In retrospect of their work condition we do understand that they deal with brutality but that doesn’t mean that they have the right to use it upon everyone ………..

I feel Numb trying to be and trying to follow all the social conduct but it’s my life and I live it the way I want………………….

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