With the signing of the peace accord by the premier and the rebellion leader, the 11-year-long armed insurgency has formally ended. War is over now. The Maoists are now on the verge of joining the competitive multiparty democracy. Hopefully, they will transform into a tolerant political party.
Girija Prasad was very smart today. Though a little bit self-centric, Prachanda too was correct. Yuvaraj Gnawali’s was okay. No complaints with Sitaula’s. But Mahara’s was unarticulated and boring.
Plethora of young conflict management pundits in one side and an old man of energy and commitment in the other, the octogenarian turned out to be eminent.
His sense of humour got manifested in the “profound” speech. He feared of being spirit, if his commitment (to establish peace in the country) unaccomplished!
“We have set up an example to the world”. Well said. Very true.
But everybody has to realise: It’s not time to rest on our laurels. We have to advance. In the run of economic development, we are far lagged behind compared to our neighbours. Therefore, to provide a conducive milieu for development, we have to end up with a politically stable Nepal.
Miles to go ahead
Time not for rest, be honest
Commitment does count
You have to advance
Do not rest on your laurels
You ruined the country
Make up the loss inflicted
We people say this
Else no more excuse
Blood of all martyrs you killed!
You all go to hell