Am okay!
April 28th, 2010

Lal Salam! Salute to you all...

 Lal Salam! Salute….

 April Full of this year Fooled me enough! My beloved father passed away that day unfortunately and accidently. My youngest sister admitted hospital for surgery immediately after the complition of rituals; elder sister suffered heart problem and fell to bed rest till this day. My only daugther suffer unexpected muscle problem on her neck! Top of that I met “very” minor accident just one week ahead of our glorious May day. Read More…

Half revolution:The debate about inclusivness has excluded class
April 17th, 2010

Nepal’s inequity is alarming. In fact it is the most inequitable country in South Asia, which itself is one of the world’s most inequitable regions. The people are getting poor and their purchasing power is plummeting by the day. To buy one tablet of paracetamol, a Nepali worker has to spend five minutes’ worth of wages. A shroud to wrap a dead body costs 33 hours and 33 minutes of work.
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How we achieved the Loktantra
April 1st, 2010

People were demanding a Constituent Assembly and a republic and even the people who supported a ceremonial monarchy kept quiet. This was not the right time to talk about even a  ceremonial monarchy! The Movement will decide what we should accept. There was no sympathy to this autocratic regime and monarchy. This is the way people were beginning to think. So what happened on the 21st the King made a second announcement and he addressed in the name of the nation again. He had asked the Seven Party Alliance leaders to nominate a Prime Minister.

We said no! Who is the King to ask the SPA leaders? We told him that he is dealing with a movement of civil society now! Even those who are not in political parties are in the Movement—those who are civil servants they are in the Movement, those who are professional they are in the Movement, the workers, the labourers—all are in the Movement. So who is the King to ask just the Seven Parties to nominate a single person as the Prime Minister? He does not have the right and time is up now for the King. So we rejected it. It was too late, too little! The King had only the option either to make another announcement (according to SPA’s will) or be ready for the Republican state. The SPA was tough with the King. Read More…