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Guest Opinion: Nepal - Yes, We Are Different !!

Yes, We Are Different !!

Chatyang Master

When terrorists hit Delhi or London, all political forces join hands with the Government to fight the terrorism.

When terrorists hit Nepal, all political forces join hands with the Terrorists to fight the Government.


National leaders of other countries fear a thing like Tsunami

National leaders of Nepal promise to bring “Tsunami” after Tihar and intellectuals praise them for that !


Democratic forces of other countries demand election that the ruling government tries to avoid.

Democratic forces of Nepal try to avoid election that the ruling government insists.


National leaders of other countries call upon people to take part in election.

National leaders of Nepal call upon people NOT to take part in election.


To start with, the main issue was, “This government will not hold election”.

Then it became, “This government can not hold election”

Then it became, “Lets boycott election”

And, now the main issue is, “election is not an issue at all, there are other bigger issues and we will find them soon”.


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