N. P. Upadhyaya
Chanting of dirty slogans and ugly songs inside the Nepal’s money spinner CA body has become a common phenomenon.
It was highly expected that such nasty overtures will dominate the Nepalese parliament some time later simply because Honorary Professor Sitaram Yechury, an Indian national taken as non-entity in the country’s politics, had tentatively chaired the first session of King Gyanendra’s restored parliament some years back.
Insult of mother Nepal of the highest order.
I still recall the scene as to how the obsolete Indian leader had been greeted by Nepal’s 12 point leaders the moment he entered the parliament house inside Singh Durbar.
As if he had been Nepal’s newly appointed Viceroy, Sitaram was all beaming when several Nepali leaders knelt down upon seeing their Indian lord who had come to bless the newly dawned Loktantra-Ganatantra in Nepal.
But things remained limited in kneeling down only or else I was expecting some Nepali subservient leaders to touch his feet. The Almighty saved the remaining Nepali prestige.
Who had invited Yechury to preside over the first restored session of the parliament is not known; however, what is for sure is that the very presence of “Mr. Interference” Indian leader on that day and the disgusting manner with which he was greeted put a permanent scar on the forehead of the entire Nepalese population.
The scar is stamped on each and every Nepalese forehead. You can’t erase it now.
Yechury’s, basically a footpath dwelling Indian communist leader now, first day presence also provided some inkling on how the Nepali politics will later swing the Indian way to what it is now though Ambassador designate Jayant claims “it was just an unintentional one”.
When unintentional one can create havoc then the intentional ones must be a la Sikkim in waiting.
To cut the story short, let me come to the point why I had been encouraged to write this ugly story that it should be for the entire Nepalese.
Last weekend, Dr. Minendra Rizal, otherwise a smiling and friendly Biratnagarite, from the Deuba Nepali Congress camp allowed the easy entrance of a Hindi film song which one could not watch together with one’s family members back in Nepali homes.
“Munni Badnam Hui Darling Tere Liye” was the song preferred by Dr. Rizal to cut a joke at Nepal PM Khanal.
He may have his own explanations for having used this outrageous filthy song, which generally have its origin in India, but the Nepali intellectuals take this Dr. Rizal mis-adventure as a structured ploy to further promote and encourage the cultural invasion of Nepal by the Indian perverted culture through the kind courtesy of Hindi films which are taken in bad tastes even by the Indians residing in the South.
P. Chidambaram doesn’t speak Hindi and thus what could be presumed is that he must have some abhorrence towards Hindi films.
Dr. Rizal’s love for Hindi language and dirty Indian Filmy songs could be his weakness at the personal level, however, his use of the same dirty “Item Song” inside the parliament does speak that Dr. Rizal wants now to put pressure on Nepal parliament to recognize the Hindi language and songs “made in India”. Is he working on behalf of the leaders of the Hindi speaking belt in India?
Dr. Rizal Timi Beizzat Bhayeou Hindi Bhasha prem khatiri ley….
A US Green card holder, Dr. Rizal, could have made the same satire in English or even could have found some equivalent in Nepali language such as the one I have used. But he did not because he had to promote Indian Item culture.
However, we appreciate his love and honor for Hindi songs that are generally dirty and filthy ones. His democratic rights indeed.
Thus Malika Arora has entered into Nepali politics through the voice of Indian crooner Mamta Sharma.
Rato ra Chandra Surye…Jungi Nishan Hamro…..
Or Hindi nai ramro?
12 point republic shocks in series. By the way, I mean no harm to you Dr. Rizal. It was your personal Hindi penchant. I have no right to interfere.