The same faces to rule the na­tion

People's Review - - FRONT PAGE - By Our Re­porter

Na­tional pol­i­tics has been po­lar­ized as ma­jor par­ties have de­vel­oped al­liances. The UML and Maoist Cen­ter have forged a Left al­liance, on the other hand, the demo­cratic par­ties have de­vel­oped Broader Demo­cratic Al­liance, how­ever, the deal is yet to be fi­nal­ized as Tarai based par­ties are claim­ing more seats. A sec­tion of NC lead­ers are dis­sat­is­fied from Prime min­is­ter Sher Ba­hadur Deuba's lead­er­ship, as they al­lege Deuba for de­stroy­ing the his­tor­i­cal party. They ex­press the view that the Left al­liance will eas­ily bag nec­es­sary ma­jor­ity with the man­date of form­ing ma­jor­ity gov­ern­ment. What­so­ever be the peo­ple's man­date, the re­sult will not be en­cour­ag­ing as the same old faces in­volved in ram­pant com­mis­sion, cor­rup­tion, nepo­tism, fa­voritism, syco­phancy will come to power. Those who were re­luc­tant in the coun­try's in­fras­truc­tural devel­op­ment and work­ing in the for­eign in­ter­ests by de­stroy­ing na­tional iden­tity will also come to power. The roadmap of these lead­ers is not to serve the na­tion and peo­ple but to earn money by ex­ploit­ing the gov­ern­ment cof­fers and buy­ing votes dur­ing elec­tions en­sur­ing their vic­tory. If one looks at the faces of the present day lead­ers who are go­ing to be­come prime min­is­ter and min­is­ters af­ter the up­com­ing elec­tions, they are not clean and hon­est.

They all are in­volved in cor­rup­tion and their files are pend­ing in the CIAA. Not to for­get, when the then CIAA chief Lok­mans­inghKarki had tried to open the files of the big lead­ers, he had to face im­peach­ment. What can the na­tion ex­pect from such cor­rupt lead­ers who have no other maps ex­cept from earn­ing money through com­mis­sion and cor­rup­tion?

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