Telegraph Nepal, Editorials
We feel ashamed ourselves while penning stories pertaining to somewhat mysterious acts being committed in series by our own Gorkha born Nepali national, Honorable Prime Minister Bhattarai.
At times we are compelled to ask ourselves as “can a Nepal born Nepali national be so submissive towards the regional terror?
But asking questions has been our fate but with no logical and convincing answers from the personality concerned as to why he has been hell bent on killing and allowing aliens to rape his own soil of birth? Yet benefit of doubt remains. Moreover, what he gains by making his own mother Nepal to weep frequently?
He remains undeterred and thus he has left some space to write against him as and when he commits blunders which are solely aimed against his own motherland unfortunately.
We are here once again reminded of the June 2002 Maoists-India Treaty as told by Professor Muni.
Our contention has been that if this Nepali national ignores his own country and mother soil in series and that too without an interruption then we, definitely being sons of this ever pious and sacred soil deserve the democratic right to expose him to the best of our ability and capabilities. In doing so we feel that we have been serving for the greater cause of mother Nepal. We are serving our “common mother” since four decades or so, by the way.
As far as we understand that a son of Gorkha soil is the most sacred for the entire Nepali nationals living inside or abroad for obvious and explainable reasons. Thus what is expected of the sons of the same Gorkha soil is that they will play a contributory role in order to further enhance the pride and also of the accomplished glories that these brave men from the Gorkha hills bagged for the country by exhibiting their valor across various war fronts in the world as and when they have had to confront. Our salute to Gorkha and her sons.
A real Nepali, if he is born a Nepali with both soul and heart, must salute the soil of the Gorkha because it is this Gorkha bravery which facilitated us all to find a common living place accommodating the entire Nepalese population called Mother Nepal. Gorkha in effect gave a shape to today’s Nepal as a nation-state.
But things appear to have become upside down with this puzzling son of Gorkha who lost, presumably, his Gorkha valor the day he in collaboration with the Indian hawks entered into the concrete jungles of the former British colony and later got admitted at a Varsity that, we have been told, tentatively manufactures “Damage Nepal Student/cadres” and the teachers there were well recognized Nepal haters.
Mother Nepal must have wept when she observed one of her “brilliant” sons going berserk. She has abundant reasons to weep.
In the name of waging a people’s war, which instead was a war declared on his own mother Nepal, and subsequently his tacit connections with the RAW machinery and through which he willingly entered into the grip of the Indian establishment and later the way he pounced upon mother Nepal could well be understood that he is a personality, could not be a political one, full of inferiority complex and to expect anything substantial for the country from such a distorted brain would be a self defeating exercise. But yet he claims that he doesn’t need any certificates from anyone to prove himself a strong nationalist. Yes! He is a Nepali nationalist who signed a Treaty with the Indian regime in June 2002 and assured the other contracting party that his Maoists party would do more harm to Nepal upon signing of the said treaty.
Things later went as per the stipulated clauses of the said treaty, this much could be presumed as the party after inking of the treaty came heavily down against their own mother. Bank loot and attack on various military camps and country’s basic infrastructure had become common then, if one recalls. These open secrets have very freshly been “opened” by his own personal friends, Shyam Saran and S. D. Muni.
The expose campaign though remains still a mystery.
Nepal PM yet says that it was just a mere letter sent to the Indian PMO seeking recognition for his party.
The climax of it all came just on August 30, 2012, the darkest day ever for mother Nepal when PM Bhattarai without having equipped himself with foreign ministry aides/officials met with the one who still remains determined in breaking Nepal into pieces caring little that his own Sikh brethren wish the same from inside the Indian territory.
Sikh brothers in India have been complaining that they were living in an alien land whose self-nation later got annexed into the Indian Union. Yet we don’t prefer to poke our nose into their affairs. The brave Sikhs understand it better. We have been receiving several such electronic mails each day. For example, the Sikh Bichar Manch.
The meet was one to one but the Indian Prime Minister was well equipped with two terrifying lieutenants, S. S. Menon and Ranjan Mathai-the two known Nepal arm twisters.
High placed sources opine that Nepal PM in Teheran, Iran, must have awarded willingly so many things that India has been eying for in lieu of his post continuation. Thus August 30, 2012, must be henceforth marked as the darkest day ever in Nepal’s glorious history. Reports have it that he also wanted to buy some MW of electricity from India. But will that be a free gift to Nepal?
Secret meets produce negative results and more so in the conduct of diplomacy, such secret meets have more than a few negative connotations.
Which things Nepal may have yielded to the Indian machinery will come to the fore. We just wait that some sharp brain Nepali media man will go deep into the matter and reveal the inner content of such a secret meet that took place in between the Elephant and the Frog. August 30 is definitely a black day for the entire Nepali population. Let’s all unite in deploring such a secret meet as, if we do not or fail to, then this man may go to any unimaginable extent. Better to nip his anti-nationalist designs in the bud. Yet benefit of doubt remains and let’s hope that he will explain as is demanded of him. But he will never.
Weep mother Nepal weep.
Telegraph Weekly editorial, September 5, 2012.