Shyam Saran, Indian envoy, Comes to Nepal to tell our Leaders how to form a Government

shyam saran in kathmandu
Shyam Saran talks to reporters in Kathmandu.

हामी लघूमानव हौं।
हामी आफूखुशी कहिल्यै मिल्न नसक्ने
कसैले मिलाइदिनुपर्ने,
हामी आफुखुशी कहिल्यै छुट्टिन नसक्ने
कसैले छुट्टायाई दिनुपर्ने,
हामी आफू खुसी कहिल्यै अगाडि बढ्न नसक्ने
कसैले पछाडिबाट हिर्काउनुपर्ने, हिँडाउनुपर्ने
हामी रङ्ग-रोगन छुटेका,
टुटेका, फुटेका
पुरानो क्यारमबोर्डका गोटि हौं
एउटा मानोरञ्जक खेलका सामाग्री,
एउटा खेलाडीमाथि आश्रित,
आफ्नो गति हराएका
एउटा ‘स्ट्राइकर’ द्वारा सञ्चालित
हो, हामी मानिस कम र बढ्ता गोटी हौं।
[Click on the photo above to read the complete poem by Bhupi Sherchan]

You will be forgiven if you thought Bhupi Sherchan penned those lines this evening after watching Shyam Saran land in Kathmandu today afternoon as Indian Prime Minister’s special envoy to Nepal to tell the quarreling political parties how to ditch differences among them and form a government. As Bhupi says: We (the Nepalis) are nothing but subhumans, we can’t voluntarily live in harmony, somebody has to come and reconcile us with each other.. we are more carrom-men than humans that are operated by a striker.”

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“Prime Minister of India has sent me here as an envoy so that I can, along with excellency ambassador [Rakesh Sood], have extensive round of meetings with all the political leaders in the country to see whether or not there is someway in which we can try build consensus so that a constitution in Nepal is formulated as quickly as possible. We have great interest, as neighboring country in the political stability of Nepal, and in the economic prosperity of Nepal, and as a friendly neighbor we will try and make all the efforts possible.”

-Shyam Saran, speaking to journalists at Tribhuvan Inernational Airport, Kathmandu today.

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New Delhi: India has send a senior envoy to Nepal to help resolve a political crisis that has left the Himalayan nation without a prime minister for five weeks. Former foreign secretary Shyam Saran has reached Kathmandu to aid talks between rival parties who have repeatedly failed to elect a new prime minister in the latest chapter of a long power struggle. “Nepal’s political situation is in limbo, and India wants to help them set up a stable government,” an Indian foreign ministry official told AFP on condition of anonymity.

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India has send Saran, as special envoy, with a mandate to engage all political parties, including the Maoists, and help build a consensus on the formation of a government that can take the peace process and the task of Constitution writing to a conclusion by next year’s new deadline, the Hindu reported.

Saran was India’s ambassador to Nepal from 2002 until 2004. For two years until September 2006, he was India’s foreign secretary. After that, he was Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s special envoy on nuclear issues and later on climate change. In 2005, in his capacity as Indian foreign secretary, Saran played a key role within the Indian establishment in backing the 12-point understanding between the Maoist rebels and an alliance of political parties including the Nepali Congress and the CPN UML. Based on that agreement the Maoists and seven political parties fought against the king for the restoration of democracy in 2006. The alliance between the Maoists and other political parties came under strain before — and especially after — the 2008 elections to the Constituent Assembly in which the former rebels led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emerged as the single largest party.

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Saran’s current visit to Nepal is significant because Nepal’s two-dozen political parties in the 601-member national parliament have failed to decide who should be the new prime minister, WSJ blog observed (The tile of the entry: India’s New Mr. Fixit for Nepal).

The current care-taker prime minister, Madhav Kumar Nepal, officially resigned June 30 to make way for a national consensus government. But the three largest political parties- Nepali Congress, CPN UML and UCPN Maoist- couldn’t reach a consensus and three elections in the parliament in the last two weeks to elect a new prime minister have yielded no clear result. The last vote was on Monday and the next vote is scheduled for Friday. Given the murky math of politics in Kathmandu, no outcome is likely then, either.

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From WSJ blog: India always has had stakes in Nepal’s politics. The two countries share an open border and have a pretty similar cultural, social, linguistic and philosophical profile. Yet, many Nepalis see India’s involvement in their polity as so overbearing, and the size mismatch between the countries as too stark, that it is stifling Nepal’s ability to mature and develop on its own.

Most in Nepal’s political and intellectual circles construe Nepali nationalism as distinct from India’s because, unlike India, Nepal never gave in to British colonialism. But Nepal’s political leaders have so far lacked the independent thinking and ingenuity to govern the country. And the dependence on India remains in one key respect: A land-locked country, Nepal needs to use Indian ports and roads for its imports and exports.

Simply because Mr. Saran is Indian shouldn’t doom his efforts from the get-go. If he can craft a compromise that installs a responsible Nepali government, and then complies with Delhi’s insistence that it wants Nepal’s democratically-elected government to handle its own affairs, he will have served the Nepali people well.

He’s already giving the skeptics ammunition, though. A spokesman for Nepal’s foreign ministry said the ministry didn’t have any official intimation about Mr. Saran’s visit. “If he was coming on an official visit as special envoy to Nepal, we would have been informed,” Harish Chandra Ghimire, a spokesman for the ministry said. “He must be on his private visit.”

Apoorva Srivastava, spokeswoman for the Indian embassy in Kathmandu said Mr. Saran’s visit was “official.”

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K V Rajan, ex-Indian ambassador to Nepal said in Delhi: I think like other countries India is also very anxious to see the constitution and peace process move forward and, from that point of view, obviously there’s so much delay in forming a government. [Saran’s visit] is an effort to check first hand and gather information on the basis of high level official interactions. The idea is not to get involved [in Nepali affairs] but to get a clearer picture and see if there is any way India can help in creating a right environment where progress can be made on peace process and constitution writing.

It is an effort to contribute to a consensus, reduce trust deficit between various parties in Nepal. There has been some issues between Maoists and India but deep down there’s trust deficit between the parties themselves. And the Maoists have also realized India is not trying to have its own agenda or interfere in Nepal. What India wants is peace more than anything else.

This visit will give a better understanding for India as to what the real differences between various political are. Solution has to be found in Nepal by the Nepali players, weather India can contribute in clearing the air remains to be seen. But this impasse is not helping.

India is there as an honest broker, friend of Nepal.

Indian ex-Major General Ashok Mehta who has written a book on Nepali army and follows Nepali affairs closely said: India has to get involved in the Nepali peace process because India is a direct, immediate stakeholder and most directly affected being a neighbor. They have chosen the right man (Saran) but the thing is till we reach out to the Maoist, nothing substantial come out. I hope this effort is not simply to form a government but a government that will be able to get on with the job of constitution writing and integration of PLA.

If the purpose is to form a majority government without Maoists, it won’t succeed.
This is an opportunity for India to break the ice with the Maoist. Saran should reduce the trust deficit between Maoists and India. Government of India must take this seriously.

Until now Indian was talking to Maoists through intelligence agencies. That was wrong and wasn’t working. India should have reached out to Maoist at the political level which they have the opportunity to do now.

Related blogs on Shyam Saran and Nepal:

1. Following the Trails of Saran: Guessing Game

2.Shyam Saran, Nepal expert, Quits Indian PMO

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3 thoughts on “Shyam Saran, Indian envoy, Comes to Nepal to tell our Leaders how to form a Government”

  1. Dear editor,
    The definition of Nepal’s nationality is to maintain balanced bilateral diplomatic ties with both the countries, China and India, based on democracy and by protecting its pride. Cordial people to people level relations between Nepal and India has existed since ancient times. We have to keep friendly relations with India due to our similar cultural and religious traditions. But sadly Indian congress, ever since coming to power has been striving to destabilize Nepal. India, through its intelligence agency ‘RAW’, has been found continuously involved in destabilizing our national identities – royal institution, Hindu Kingdom and national language, which were developed along with the ideology of national unity, security and national identity. RAW through its agents in the Nepali Congress, UML and Maoist parties is now pressing for autonomous federal states on communal basis.
    Due to the open border, India has been masterminding various strategies to keep Nepal under her influence. Due to her continuous interventions her assistance and supports have turned into a curse. 58 years ago, in name of helping Nepal in establishing democracy she endorsed an unequal treaty in July, 1950. They urged the then rulers, Ranas, were promising them of the continued support for their regime. Four months later, she planned King Tribhuvan’s escape to New Delhi and kept Nepal under the influence of India through another document – the Delhi Agreement. Some of the points in the agreement were endorsed without the knowledge of the King. In accordance to the agreement Nepali Army personnel were stationed at the gate of the Royal Palace and India’s Panjabi army personnel were stationed inside the palace for the security of the King. Indian national Govindanarayan Singh was assigned as the chief secretary to the King. Another Indian national Murdeshwor was appointed the chief secretary of the council of ministers. Another Indian Angkor was appointed as Nepal’s legal advisor and Indian general Sharadanandan Singh was kept at Nepal Army’s headquarters. In name of reforming the army the number of soldiers was reduced to 8000 from 18000. In the name of security of Nepal, Indian army check-post was established inside Nepal which was located in the northern border. Nationalist forces moved against Indian intervention. But the intervention continued unabated.
    Patriotic King Mahendra in course of enhancing nationality asked the Indian forces to leave without any condition in 1969. India could not oppose the request as Nepal had already established ties with China and various nations around the globe by the time. In 1988 India initiated economic blockade on Nepal causing much suffering to the people. In the meantime, India reached out power hungry and demoralized political leaders to initiate uprising in Nepal. Indians had tried to threaten the then King Birendra through the India sponsored uprising and bring him under the Indian grip. The Indian design was to control Nepal’s foreign policy and security. But it failed. In 2006 India had again made an effort to trick King Gyanendra into suppressing the uprising by giving various assurances. But the King did not vow into Indian urges. How can the Nepali people residing in the country and abroad tolerate this? Americans and representatives from the United Nation also were involved in the Indian conspiracies against Nepal. When India found it was impossible to bring the Nepali King under her grip, she attempted to remove the 260 year old historical institution of monarchy forever. Americans and the UN representatives contributed the Indian design to become success.
    Indian myopic policy of using Maoists in Nepal has played havoc in Nepal and also creating problems to India. Can Indian leaders and America & UN’s diplomats answer the result? I am sorry to write that it was a great blunder of Indian diplomats- Shyam Saran, the most destructive man who was an ambassador in Nepal, now foreign Sec. of India, Sive Shankar Mukharejee, KB Rajan, Rakesh Sood and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of Maoist but
    also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. Among the diplomats, Shyam Saran is a monsters who could not think on the result. The Hindu- Indian daily Newspaper writes ‘Shyam Saran being sent as special envoy to Nepal’ 4 Aug.2010- Mr. Saran served earlier as the Indian ambassador in Kathmandu and played a key role within the Indian establishment in backing the 12-point understanding among the Maoists, the Nepali Congress and the Unified Marxists-Leninists. That alliance, which eventually led to the end of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic, came under strain before — and especially after — the 2008 elections to the Constituent Assembly in which the former rebels led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emerged as the single largest party’ The attempt never could successful for Nepal and Indian nationality & Democracy? Then, why Indian Govt. sent again such nonsense envoy to destroy the diplomatic norms with Nepal?

    Whom and why the Maoists stopped the strike in Nepal? Now, Nepalese Maoists, RIM and COMPOSA have been joining the hands for one-party anarchist-Communist rule. The Nepalese and Indian people are not secure. The situation is being very dark. The Maoists proposal is just like a poisonous wine in a new bottle. Without analyzing the assumption, the Indian leaders supported the Nepalese Maoist’s hypocrisy. ‘Crows are never the white for washing.’

    What were pitfalls of the Constitution of 1990? Why was it suspended
    without reason? What kind of new constitution they require? These are
    the causes of crisis in Nepal. Nepalese democratic exercise faced the
    black period in between 2005-2010. During the period, the Nepalese people
    tolerated the worst political practice made by corrupt leaders. Nepalese people feel ashamed of so called leaders who are giving slogans to built New Nepal. The culprit leaders are trying to make the people fool. The so-called founders of the Republic Nepal made us ashamed before the world. The power mongers, opportunists, corrupt, ethics-less, kidnappers and killers are now the advocators of the constitution. The democratic powers like USA, European Union, UNO and others are not sounding against the undemocratic attitude in Nepal. ‘A dog’s tail in a barrel always crooked.’ The so-called three big parties, the Maoists including NC and UMLs are fighting only for Power & Money. During the protests and strike of the Maoists may be violence.

    The nation’s future seems dark because they have walked as directed by unseen force beckons without studying Nepal’s geographical reality and sensitivity. It was these corrupt people who drained the state coffer yesterday, and today also these are the very ones. Nepal will not become firm without punishing them. Nepali NC, UML and Maoist leaderships and the agreement 24 April 2006 with the King has already failed. So, there should revive the King’s proclamation 20 Apr.2006, according to the 1990 constitution and form all party cabinet including the foreigners who want peace and democracy in Nepal. From that a path should be searched with Everyone’s agreement to save the nation. I request- the entire democratic world also should think positively, how to save the peace & democracy in Nepal?
    Indian myopic policy of using Maoists in Nepal has played havoc in Nepal and also creating problems to India. Can Indian leaders and America & UN’s diplomats answer the result? I am sorry to write that it was a great blunder of Indian diplomats- Shyam Saran, the most destructive man who was an ambassador in Nepal, now foreign Sec. of India, Sive Shankar Mukharejee, KB Rajan, Rakesh Sood and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of Maoist but
    also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. Among the diplomats, Shyam Saran is a monsters who could not think on the result. The Hindu- Indian daily Newspaper writes ‘Shyam Saran being sent as special envoy to Nepal’ 4 Aug.2010- Mr. Saran served earlier as the Indian ambassador in Kathmandu and played a key role within the Indian establishment in backing the 12-point understanding among the Maoists, the Nepali Congress and the Unified Marxists-Leninists. That alliance, which eventually led to the end of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic, came under strain before — and especially after — the 2008 elections to the Constituent Assembly in which the former rebels led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emerged as the single largest party’ The attempt never could successful for Nepal and Indian nationality & Democracy? Then, why Indian Govt. sent again such nonsense envoy to destroy the diplomatic norms with Nepal?

    Whom and why the Maoists stopped the strike in Nepal? Now, Nepalese Maoists, RIM and COMPOSA have been joining the hands for one-party anarchist-Communist rule. The Nepalese and Indian people are not secure. The situation is being very dark. The Maoists proposal is just like a poisonous wine in a new bottle. Without analyzing the assumption, the Indian leaders supported the Nepalese Maoist’s hypocrisy. ‘Crows are never the white for washing.’

    What were pitfalls of the Constitution of 1990? Why was it suspended
    without reason? What kind of new constitution they require? These are
    the causes of crisis in Nepal. Nepalese democratic exercise faced the
    black period in between 2005-2010. During the period, the Nepalese people
    tolerated the worst political practice made by corrupt leaders. Nepalese people feel ashamed of so called leaders who are giving slogans to built New Nepal. The culprit leaders are trying to make the people fool. The so-called founders of the Republic Nepal made us ashamed before the world. The power mongers, opportunists, corrupt, ethics-less, kidnappers and killers are now the advocators of the constitution. The democratic powers like USA, European Union, UNO and others are not sounding against the undemocratic attitude in Nepal. ‘A dog’s tail in a barrel always crooked.’ The so-called three big parties, the Maoists including NC and UMLs are fighting only for Power & Money. During the protests and strike of the Maoists may be violence.

    The nation’s future seems dark because they have walked as directed by unseen force beckons without studying Nepal’s geographical reality and sensitivity. It was these corrupt people who drained the state coffer yesterday, and today also these are the very ones. Nepal will not become firm without punishing them. Nepali NC, UML and Maoist leaderships and the agreement 24 April 2006 with the King has already failed. So, there should revive the King’s proclamation 20 Apr.2006, according to the 1990 constitution and form all party cabinet including the foreigners who want peace and democracy in Nepal. From that a path should be searched with Everyone’s agreement to save the nation. I request- the entire democratic world also should think positively, how to save the peace & democracy in Nepal?
    Indian myopic policy of using Maoists in Nepal has played havoc in Nepal and also creating problems to India. Can Indian leaders and America & UN’s diplomats answer the result? I am sorry to write that it was a great blunder of Indian diplomats- Shyam Saran, the most destructive man who was an ambassador in Nepal, now foreign Sec. of India, Sive Shankar Mukharejee, KB Rajan, Rakesh Sood and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of Maoist but
    also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. Among the diplomats, Shyam Saran is a monsters who could not think on the result. The Hindu- Indian daily Newspaper writes ‘Shyam Saran being sent as special envoy to Nepal’ 4 Aug.2010- Mr. Saran served earlier as the Indian ambassador in Kathmandu and played a key role within the Indian establishment in backing the 12-point understanding among the Maoists, the Nepali Congress and the Unified Marxists-Leninists. That alliance, which eventually led to the end of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic, came under strain before — and especially after — the 2008 elections to the Constituent Assembly in which the former rebels led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emerged as the single largest party’ The attempt never could successful for Nepal and Indian nationality & Democracy? Then, why Indian Govt. sent again such nonsense envoy to destroy the diplomatic norms with Nepal?

    I think, Nepalese Maoists, RIM and COMPOSA have been joining the hands for one-party anarchist-Communist rule. The Nepalese and Indian people are not secure. The situation is being very dark. Without analyzing the assumption, the Indian leaders supported the Nepalese Maoist’s hypocrisy. ‘Crows are never the white for washing.’

    Can the Indians can say, What were pitfalls of the Constitution of 1990? Why was it suspended
    without reason? What kind of new constitution is ned in Nepal? Why constitution ? These are
    the causes of crisis in Nepal. Nepalese democratic exercise faced the
    black period in between 2005-2010. During the period, the Nepalese people
    tolerated the worst political practice made by corrupt leaders. Nepalese people feel ashamed of so called leaders who are giving slogans to built New Nepal. The culprit leaders are trying to make the people fool. The so-called founders of the Republic Nepal made us ashamed before the world. The power mongers, opportunists, corrupt, ethics-less, kidnappers and killers are now the advocators of the constitution. The democratic powers like USA, European Union, UNO and others are not sounding against the undemocratic attitude in Nepal. ‘A dog’s tail in a barrel always crooked.’ The so-called three big parties, the Maoists including NC and UMLs are fighting only for Power & Money.
    The nation’s future seems dark because they have walked as directed by unseen force beckons without studying Nepal’s geographical reality and sensitivity. It was these corrupt people who drained the state coffer yesterday, and today also these are the very ones. Nepal will not become firm without punishing them. Nepali NC, UML and Maoist leaderships and the agreement 24 April 2006 with the King has already failed. So, all the foreigners including the Indian nonsense diplomats like Shyam Saran quit Nepal. And there should revive the King’s proclamation 20 Apr.2006, according to the 1990 constitution and form all party cabinet including the foreigners who want peace and democracy in Nepal. From that a path should be searched with Everyone’s agreement to save the nation. I request- the entire democratic world including nationalists Indians also should think positively, how to save the peace & democracy in Nepal?
    Thank you.

    Dirgha Raj Prasai
    Kathmandu,Nepal.

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  2. Dear editor,
    The definition of Nepal’s nationality is to maintain balanced bilateral diplomatic ties with both the countries, China and India, based on democracy and by protecting its pride. Cordial people to people level relations between Nepal and India has existed since ancient times. We have to keep friendly relations with India due to our similar cultural and religious traditions. But sadly Indian congress, ever since coming to power has been striving to destabilize Nepal. India, through its intelligence agency ‘RAW’, has been found continuously involved in destabilizing our national identities – royal institution, Hindu Kingdom and national language, which were developed along with the ideology of national unity, security and national identity. RAW through its agents in the Nepali Congress, UML and Maoist parties is now pressing for autonomous federal states on communal basis.
    Due to the open border, India has been masterminding various strategies to keep Nepal under her influence. Due to her continuous interventions her assistance and supports have turned into a curse. 58 years ago, in name of helping Nepal in establishing democracy she endorsed an unequal treaty in July, 1950. They urged the then rulers, Ranas, were promising them of the continued support for their regime. Four months later, she planned King Tribhuvan’s escape to New Delhi and kept Nepal under the influence of India through another document – the Delhi Agreement. Some of the points in the agreement were endorsed without the knowledge of the King. In accordance to the agreement Nepali Army personnel were stationed at the gate of the Royal Palace and India’s Panjabi army personnel were stationed inside the palace for the security of the King. Indian national Govindanarayan Singh was assigned as the chief secretary to the King. Another Indian national Murdeshwor was appointed the chief secretary of the council of ministers. Another Indian Angkor was appointed as Nepal’s legal advisor and Indian general Sharadanandan Singh was kept at Nepal Army’s headquarters. In name of reforming the army the number of soldiers was reduced to 8000 from 18000. In the name of security of Nepal, Indian army check-post was established inside Nepal which was located in the northern border. Nationalist forces moved against Indian intervention. But the intervention continued unabated.

    Patriotic King Mahendra in course of enhancing nationality asked the Indian forces to leave without any condition in 1969. India could not oppose the request as Nepal had already established ties with China and various nations around the globe by the time. In 1988 India initiated economic blockade on Nepal causing much suffering to the people. In the meantime, India reached out power hungry and demoralized political leaders to initiate uprising in Nepal. Indians had tried to threaten the then King Birendra through the India sponsored uprising and bring him under the Indian grip. The Indian design was to control Nepal’s foreign policy and security. But it failed. In 2006 India had again made an effort to trick King Gyanendra into suppressing the uprising by giving various assurances. But the King did not vow into Indian urges. How can the Nepali people residing in the country and abroad tolerate this? Americans and representatives from the United Nation also were involved in the Indian conspiracies against Nepal. When India found it was impossible to bring the Nepali King under her grip, she attempted to remove the 260 year old historical institution of monarchy forever. Americans and the UN representatives contributed the Indian design to become success.

    Indian myopic policy of using Maoists in Nepal has played havoc in Nepal and also creating problems to India. Can Indian leaders and America & UN’s diplomats answer the result? I am sorry to write that it was a great blunder of Indian diplomats- Shyam Saran, the most destructive man who was an ambassador in Nepal, now foreign Sec. of India, Sive Shankar Mukharejee, KB Rajan, Rakesh Sood and other officials who not only blundered in their assessment of Maoist but also did much harm to Indian’s interests in Nepal. Among the diplomats, Shyam Saran is a monsters who could not think on the result. The Hindu- Indian daily Newspaper writes ‘Shyam Saran being sent as special envoy to Nepal’ 4 Aug.2010- Mr. Saran served earlier as the Indian ambassador in Kathmandu and played a key role within the Indian establishment in backing the 12-point understanding among the Maoists, the Nepali Congress and the Unified Marxists-Leninists. That alliance, which eventually led to the end of the monarchy and the establishment of a republic, came under strain before — and especially after — the 2008 elections to the Constituent Assembly in which the former rebels led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ emerged as the single largest party’ The attempt never could successful for Nepal and Indian nationality & Democracy? Then, why Indian Govt. sent again such nonsense envoy to destroy the diplomatic norms with Nepal?

    The nation’s future seems dark because they have walked as directed by unseen force beckons without studying Nepal’s geographical reality and sensitivity. It was these corrupt people who drained the state coffer yesterday, and today also these are the very ones. Nepal will not become firm without punishing them. Nepali NC, UML and Maoist leaderships and the agreement 24 April 2006 with the King has already failed. So, there should revive the King’s proclamation 20 Apr.2006, according to the 1990 constitution and form all party cabinet including the foreigners who want peace and democracy in Nepal. From that a path should be searched with Everyone’s agreement to save the nation. I request- the entire democratic world also should think positively, how to save the peace & democracy in Nepal?

    Nepali NC, UML and Maoist leaderships and the agreement 24 April 2006 with the King has already failed. So, all the foreigners including the Indian nonsense diplomats like Shyam Saran quit Nepal. And there should revive the King’s proclamation 20 Apr.2006, according to the 1990 constitution and form all party cabinet including the foreigners who want peace and democracy in Nepal. From that a path should be searched with Everyone’s agreement to save the nation. I request- the entire democratic world including nationalists Indians also should think positively, how to save the peace & democracy in Nepal?
    Thank you.

    Dirgha Raj Prasai
    Kathmandu,Nepal.

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  3. Ceratinly,Poet Sherchan had rightly pointed out that we (Nepali politicians) were subhuman,
    that’s why nothing could be done independently and always needs to seek support and help from external force ( India).Although,Nepal never surrenderd befor any colonial power including Britisher ,but unfortunately Nepal has long been feeling undue pressure in her internal matter from neighbouring India.Much of blames must be put on Nepali greedy and lust for power politicians rather than India itself which no doubt a great unfortunate to Nepali people.It’s a shameful to Nepali leaders,who are showing all these incompetencies,impotency and puupet mind and found ready to do what the external lord ask them to follow.The only reason of abolition of monarchy is to weaken this country and creating a situation of nowhere so that evil external power could easily handle this nation as per her needs and wish.Time is running out and before completely lapsing the time these so aclled leaders most understand that national reconciliation is the only way to save this nation and to say no to external forces.

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