The need for truce

Amidst present chaos and ongoing agitation, theres nothing as important as peace, truce, talks and a broad consenses among all including the king, parties, maoists and above all the supreme people of the himalayan kingdom of Nepal.

All these years, the people were neglected by the king, by the parties and of course by the maoists 'the so called peoples war'. People, the Nepalese were dominated, supressed, exploited and exploited at every point of our history.

take for instance the divide and rule theory of king jayasthiti malla in ancient nepal who adopted the caste system from india and forced it on the nepali society. Ever since, we can definetely say, people were exploited by the state. Then comes the unification of nepal phase where, the people were once again disregarded in the course of national integrity. The principalities were adjoined to forma  new nation but the ongoing tradition of difference between different state's cultural practices were abruptly dropped. people were forced to follow the 'one' religion of hinduism.

Likewise the 104 years of Rana regime is the worst phase in the history of Nepalese people exploitation. People were treated as 'things' and slavery fostered . Education for normal people was considered as a crime and even severely punished.

the 1950 movement of democracy was a matter of india's interest alongside some leaders of some leading parties already exiled in india. Even the king had been exiled by then. The people who had been following a 'slavery' life were not in a place o deciede for themselves. Education, literacy and awareness was the at the least . A handful of leaders, expressed their views as the people's view and stared a 10 year unsuccessful rule of democracy which was indeed a 'partycracy'.

The failure of partycracy resulted in yet another opperessing regime of the then king mahendra. people, by now were denied straightaway from fundamental human rights. Life standard of normal people was degrading everyday. the gap between the poor and the rich was widening every day in the veil of beaureacratic corruption protected by the state.

The 1990 movement was finally declared as a full democracy by again a handfull leaders. Within years, corruption by these parties crossed limites. The ill political practice of Bihar and uttar pradesh of India was adopted and ratified by our leaders, reasulting in failure of elected popular will four times in a matter of ten years. Dissolution of parliament and mid-term election had become a regular threat and a last resort whenever a party's leadership government was at stake. During this time, leaders and parliamentarians were even bargained as poultry animals in order to pass a vote of non-confidence against a ruling party. people, at this time, were never subject to a primary concern.

this led finally to a failure of he parliamentary system as the maoists waged war against the uling party. it must be noted that the 'people's war' was targetted against the ruling party and not the then king! In 2002 when the parliament was dissolved, this led to series of hide and seek between different parties in terms of heading the government.


One thought on “The need for truce

  1. I do consider all the concepts you have presented on your
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    Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for beginners. Could you please extend them a bit from next time?
    Thank you for the post.

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