When a toddler plays with his smaller friends being naked unknowingly, people take it easy. When the child is a grown up one, he himself concludes that if he played being unclothed with his inmates, he would instantly be criticized. Thus the child when comes of age, he never dares to established values and the norms of the society wherein he lives.
However, what if a matured citizen roams in town naked or even half nude? People who watch him roaming over the road instantly dub the naked person as a lunatic or having gone senile.
Further, what if a political leader of national standing creates a scene much similar to that of the child? People might dub him in such an eventuality a mad person of the highest order and boycott him from the society wherein he loiters.
To come to the point, our attention has been drawn towards a small piece of news printed by a newly established daily dated July 1st which authentically writes about how the Indian security men in close collaboration with the Indian citizens living in the area of across the border have been intruding deep inside the Nepali territories in Triveni VDC-Nawalparasi district.
Though such phenomenon is not a new one for the Nepali media men who have been highlighting such issues hoping against hope that their government in
However, the fact is that the mainstream media have all along been ignoring the issues of such national importance and significance for some understandable and on the contrary some unexplainable political reasons.
Question thus becomes pertinent as to which factors basically restrict the Nepali media and the men associated with it in disseminating such brazen intrusion by the Indians into Nepali lands and loot the crops and escape back to their “motherland”? Have we the Nepalese, more so those who have been involved in this sector have become defunct or impotent? Or have we been seduced by some extraneous forces and told to keep quiet? This is a puzzle that we have failed to understand so far.
The Loktantrik leaders quite frequently visit
Now a word for the Nepal Army as well. This should apply to other security agencies as well. Well, we have just the other day listened to what the CoAS Katuwal said while providing instructions to his junior level army men that his institution would not compromise any challenge to
The last hope is the Army. If this institution acquires silence,
It is time that all the stakeholders must rise up to the occasion considering that the nation-state has been subjected to unprecedented mental torture by the big “largest democracy” to which it is not. Instead, we can call the intruder as the largest invader. This would be appropriate.