Maoists’ Atrocities and Government’s Dillema: Both Obstacles to Peace Process

{THIS STUPID INTERNET/BLOG IS NOT ALLOWING ME TO EDIT MY POST AS I WANT. I WANTED TO PRESENT THIS ARTICLE WITH JUSTIFIED TEXT AND 1.5 SPACES BUT UNABLE TO DO SO. IT LOOKS VERY DIRTY AS OF NOW BUT I AM UNABLE TO EDIT IT FURTHER. I APOLOGIZE FOR THIS INCONVIENCE.}

There have been a lot of days since I posted a last entry in my blog. A lot of events have taken place during this period. Though nothing great and nothing significant.Life is like this, nothing great to mention and nothing great happening here in this foreign land……….

Reading news on the web has become a regular event, and the problem you will have when you have Internet in room is, you tend to read the same news again and again and whenever you open net next time, you expect very hot and breaking news. There is nothing great news I am going through these days but one particular type of News is particularly catching my eyes.Sometimes, my eyes are wide open and sometimes…….too narrow, coz of lots of surprises.There is a peace process going in Nepal among Maoists and Nepal Government. That’s great!!! But the pace of the peace process is too slow to observe even by some scientific instruments which, if available to detect pace of any dialogue.

That has worried a lot of Nepalese people around the world. It’s not going to help any one to achieve any long-term solution. There are a lot of factors that has contributed to this slow paced peace process. Meanwhile, whenever I read any news two things clearly emerge from the given situation.The first thing that clearly emerge is Maoist’s Proud in arms……This “Dambha”, “ghamanda” and disrespect to ceasefire code and other existing agreements is going to cost a lot to them. There were some sorts of sympathy and respect towards Maoists for making April Revolution Successful and for making people literate about the evil effects of monarchy and feudal forces. But, Maoists are slowly losing their place among the people. Their continuous extortions, kidnapping, and proud over their guns is going to cost a lot to them, to peace process and in long term to peace process. The people who were supporting Maoists and more importantly to republic cause may turn their face in hope of peace to some other retrograde forces.

When this happens, there is no one to blame but Maoists. There is another party to be blamed for slow peace process. They are once discarded but self certified democratic parties. The sheepish stand taken by GP Koirala about monarchy has hampered them to cling together. GP Koirala is making everything exposed that he never did politics based on principle rather than motivated by opportunities.

It is his democratic right to express his views but he does not have any right to enslave Nepali people under royal Maya. It is high time at this juncture to make unified Republic forces and start working for the peace. If Girija fails to board the republic flight, it will be he alone among the masses and let’s not swept by his views……….What Nepali want at this day is peace and Maoists must have that sense of responsible party not by way of force and terrorism but by conviction and dedication to peace process and human rights issues.

I wish everybody understand his or her responsibility.

6 thoughts on “Maoists’ Atrocities and Government’s Dillema: Both Obstacles to Peace Process

  1. hey
    u know what
    i m having the same pblm
    i also cudnot edit my blogs the way i wanted thats y i tooka long break but now i m doing it with the help of a technician…..
    anyway..but still keep on bloggin man

  2. yeah rajiv…….u have done a great job by posting this article on the blog and letting people know about the current situation of nepal……hope the peace process will continue .letall of us joing our hand together and pray for” sundar shanta ra vishal nepal…….”
    God bless u,me and all nepali…….

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