Former King's con­tem­po­rary re­marks

People's Review - - COMMENTARY - PR PRAD­HAN push­para­jprad­

Former King Gya­nen­dra BirBikram Shah Dev has once again made strong re­marks on the on­go­ing politi­cal sit­u­a­tion in the coun­try by draw­ing pub­lic at­ten­tion. In a brief re­marks to the press af­ter re­ceiv­ing Tika from his younger sis­ter Sobha Ra­jya Laxmion the oc­ca­sion of BhaiTika on 21 Oc­to­ber, the former King has re­marked that the coun­try seems lack­ing lead­er­ship, thus, if all have felt the same, he is ready to take re­spon­si­bil­ity and lead­er­ship once again. As a re­spon­si­ble cit­i­zen, it is nat­u­ral to take con­cern about the prob­lems of the coun­try, the former King said and re­marked that the time has come to take the lead­er­ship role by him. Presently, we are search­ing smell in ar­ti­fi­cial flow­ers by dis­card­ing smell of nat­u­ral flow­ers, said the former King. The former King con­cluded his brief re­marks say­ing that if all will have the same wish, he is ready to take re­spon­si­bil­ity and play the lead­er­ship role. In­di­cat­ing to­wards pos­si­ble re­ac­tions that he wanted to be­come ac­tive again, the former King said that this is not the is­sue of be­com­ing ac­tive or in­ac­tive but this is de­manded by the coun­try's sit­u­a­tion and time. Fi­nally, the former King said that the Day [BhaiTika] is the Day for stay­ing with the fam­ily and urged the ci­ti­zens to lis­ten to his re­marks se­ri­ously. The for­mal King's re­marks be­came vi­ral in the so­cial me­dia im­me­di­ately. The former King has spo­ken the mind­set of the ma­jor­ity of the peo­ple whose voice has been sup­pressed by par­ti­san pol­i­tics. The former King has given a wake-up call to his ci­ti­zens to raise their voice against the present ab­nor­mal­i­ties wit­nessed in pol­i­tics, from which, day by day the coun­try is fall­ing into se­ri­ous cri­sis. Politi­cal lead­ers are se­verely in­volved in loot­tantra in the name of "lok­tantra". Politi­cal lead­ers are vi­o­lat­ing law and or­der sit­u­a­tion by defin­ing it on their own in­ter­ests; eco­nom­i­cally, the coun­try has been ru­ined very se­ri­ously; the con­sti­tu­tion has tried to re­move our glo­ri­ous his­tory, cul­ture, re­li­gion and ul­ti­mately ex­is­tence of the na­tion; the lead­ers have im­posed for­eign agen­das which is go­ing to de­stroy our glo­ri­ous his­tory. Al­though the lead­ers are say­ing that the up­com­ing elec­tions will fully re­store the con­sti­tu­tion and bring politi­cal sta­bil­ity and pros­per­ity, this does not seem pos­si­ble.One can­not trust on the lead­ers of the day as they are danc­ing to the for­eign tunes. In­deed there is lack of vi­sion­ary lead­er­ship and the former King, by view­ing wors­en­ing sce­nario of the moth­er­land, has alerted the Nepali peo­ple to wake up and sup­port him. The former King's mes­sage is that if the peo­ple will have strong de­sire, he would take the re­spon­si­bil­ity to lead the coun­try.

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