Nepal again in Problem
January 27, 2007 9:41pm CST
Our country is suffering from New and different version of movement in Terai. India asked Nepal Govt. to take necessary steps to resolve Terai problem . Indian ambassador to Nepal Shiv Shankar Mukherjee on Friday asked the Nepal Government to take necessary steps to resolve the Terai problem at its earliest. Eleven people including six policemen were hurt in separate incidents in Nepal involving the Maoists just days after the former rebels joined the political mainstream. It is said that those involved in the movement are fractions of maoist.
28 Jan 07
The successive governments in Nepal have not made any concerted efforts to provide modern education to nepalis, nor any serious effort has been made to provide employment opportunities, be it self employment, or employment in governmental agencies or private organisation. Most of the goods are imported and hence there is no job except for distribution. /This is the main cause of the increased activities of maoists. The government has to draw a long drawn plan to provide self employment through mass training and develop the market and marketablity of Nepalese goods.
10 Feb 07
I am too from Nepal and our country is indeed suffering. It is always like that in here and I am kind of used to it. There are always strikes in our country which is a major headache for all of us. Currently, there are problems in the Terai reason. The conflicts in the Terai are causing different problems to all the people all over the country. We do not have petrol, gas, kerosene etc because of these conflicts. The conflicts are decreasing slowly but who knows after these problems some new problem might arise in our country. I believe that the people involved are not fractions of maoist but instead they are the Madhesi people who want equal rights in forming the goverment of our country.