Nepal Politics: Zeal for Destruction

Clear indicators are there that second CA too is doomed to fail, for, the factors that caused the failure of the first CA remain intact.

By Deepak Gajurel

Deepak GajurelAt the height of Loktantrik furor, especially during the first Constituent Assembly (CA) elections, for a commoner Nepali it was unsafe, even life threatening, to speak out publicly against the Delhi sponsored ‘Loktantrik’ roadmap. Realizing the genuine scourge, almost all narcissistic self-proclaimed ‘Buddhijibi’ preferred to keep their lips sealed, or walked ostentatiously with the instigated ‘mainstream’ zeal.

However, there were very few who came out and spoke out loudly that the 12-point Delhi roadmap would take Nepal nowhere but further destruction. Yes, this author precisely prognosticated in April 2008, a couple of days before the polls of first edition of CA, that this ‘sovereign body’ would not borne a new constitution for Nepal. (For reference/proof one can search for ‘Aaja Ka Kura’ program of Radio Sagarmatha of that time.)

Researcher of Political Science with special interest in power game, this writer did not cast vote on that election for being sure about destined failure of CA, hence, no hand-over of ‘voter’s sovereign rights’ to rob the nation.

For those capable of reading the writings on the wall and analyze the things realistically, there were factors, external more herculean than internal ones, that manifestly indicated that the Delhi roadmap will not bring forth stability and democracy for the Nepali people.

Now everyone knows the outcome of the first CA. Its demise without hatching anything was predestined.

With concrete basics of power games, this author, in those Samaj pages, predicted that Nepal would have a hard time in the years to come.

With renewed ‘hope’ artificially propagated among the ‘people’ there came another episode of CA elections in Nov 2013. Variables causing the failure of the first CA remaining virtually unchanged, the prediction of 2008 CA was repeated this time again, with some political and diplomatic contemporary scenarios added making easy for the ‘people’ to grasp. Voter’s ‘sovereign rights’ too was not utilized on November 19, 2013, by implication refusing to give ‘permission’ to ‘major parties’ to further rob and devastate mother Nepal.

One year on, CA not only failed to draft Law of the Land in politically pre-stipulated timeframe, partners of ‘Loktantrik Ganatantra’ have gone apart with fire-blowing postures.

This day, an ‘aware’ Nepali of ’21st century’ hardly needs to browse through descriptive currents within the CA and without, and the political wrangling filled vulgarly with symptoms of engulfing this Himalayan country into yet another bloodbath and bring untold destruction of life and property.

Clear indicators are there that second CA too is doomed to fail, for, the factors that caused the failure of the first CA remain intact.

It’s up to the Loktantrik political players whether they accept the blunders they made in the past 9 years or continue to head towards the nation’s misfortune, including their own. Remember, those who chose to act in accordance with the aliens’ interests and against Nepal, cannot have capability for refusing the ‘directors’ as in the form of ‘Mukharjee.’

Remember, those who chose to act in accordance with the aliens’ interests and against Nepal, cannot have capability for refusing the ‘directors’ as in the form of ‘Mukharjee.’

Politics is a game where two plus two sometimes makes five. But its study is a pure science, named Political Science where things can be precisely predicted long before they happen or appear. To do this, one only needs to have a diligent study. Of course, a realistic approach might be more helpful than others.

Around 24 years back, those were the days when killings of humans in barbaric way, bomb blasting, shooting, burning children alive in a plying bus and the likes were beyond imagination in Nepal. This Himalayan Kingdom was peaceful and the populace full of love.

If one has time and interest, dig out Daily Samaj, a Nepali daily newspaper, and browse op-ed pages in various issues, January through March 1991, which, in a series vividly analyzes the upcoming international power equation. This time coincided with the collapse of the Soviet Union as a super power.

With concrete basics of power games, this author, in those Samaj pages, predicted that Nepal would have a hard time in the years to come. Though exact time, actor and modus operandi were not given, it was prognosticated in clear languages that Nepal was going the face violent days. Variables, domestic, regional and global, were analyzed and on those basis it was warned that Nepal was inching towards inevitable destabilization and violence.

And Lo! Those analyses were proved appropriately correct and from Wednesday, February 14, 1996, Nepal started to suffer a period of reign of terror with the smoking guns in the name of ‘revolution.’ And the result is at hand.

The writer is Political Scientist with Tribhuvan University, Nepal and editor of www.nepalpolity.com. He can be reached at: deepakgajurel@gmail.com

 

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  1. yes friend Deepak ji – the things went wrong once the power hungry corrupt politcal leaders of NC and UML made the LB Chand and S B Thapa as their leaders and PM with less than 3 seats in Parliament Since then the country has not done any good and right decision . corruption being as only motive of the politics the present day leaders not only raped the democracy and looted the tax payers money more than any dacoits presented their anarchist ugly wicked face and character for which they have to pay the price -either from their foreign master or the people will force them to pay the price which time will show. One thing is written in wall their politcal time is at end Nepalese people will wipe them out or Indian machination will wipe them out time only can say..

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