Sunday, June 29, 2008

Tharus and Madhesi: Who are from Terai

Tharu community takes to streets to protest Madhesi demand. The Nepali media that is run by the Indian embassy in lainchor is not giving enough space to their news but to make their masters happy blow the madhesi news.
What is madhes and whose is madhes?

Tharu community staged a demonstration in the capital on Saturday aganist the demand for a single state to the entire southern plains laid out by Terai-based parties at the parliament.

The Tharu community took out the protest, saying that the political bickering fuelled by the Indian embassy and its stooges at the parliament to make the Terai region one state has put the glory of the land, where the Tharu community have been living for thousands of years and shed sweat or blood, in dire situation.

The agitating Tharu community also warned that the decision to allow the migrant Madhesi community to rule and oppress the indigenous community of Terai ( Tharu Community) would invite a calamity.

The Tharu community demanded that the attempt to convert all the people living in the Terai region Madhesis by ending the diversity of various religion, culture, language and communal be stopped at the earliest.

They also warned to launch a strong protest in the 24 Tarai districts from now on if the attempt was not halted.

The Terai-based parties have been obstructing Constituent Assembly proceedings to press their demands to declare the entire Terai region as a single state, why and for whom? What about Tharus who are living for centyries and those who migrated from Bihar 10 years ago are claiming the land The Terai and want madhesh supported by the anti-national foreigners and nepali elements.

Friday, June 27, 2008

'Nepali national Krishna was framed for crime he never committed'

It's yet another example of how Indian treat and see Nepal and Nepalese.

Accusing the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigating the Arushi-Hemraj double murder case of trying to falsely implicate Nepali national Krishna Thapa by subjecting him to severe form of torture, a human rights agency in India has expressed grave concern over it.

"Krishna is being falsely implicated. There is a general feeling among both Nepalis and Indians that he is being made a scapegoat for a crime he never committed," said the Atman Trust, a rights agency that works against human rights violation in India, in a statement Wednesday.

CBI arrested Thapa on charges of being an accomplice in a mysterious murder that took place in a Noida apartment in Uttar Pradesh, India over a month back. Arushi Talwar, a ninth grader and, Hemraj, 45, a Nepali national who worked as a domestic help were found murdered in the apartment in a very mysterious circumstances.

"He (Krishna) has become a victim of extreme and unfortunate circumstances. This is a matter of grave concern, as it is tantamount to gross violation of the law," the Trust said.

The trust also called on the media to intervene and highlight Thapa's case so that he is spared the humiliation he is being subjected to on a daily basis in the ongoing investigations.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Abrogate Gandak Treaty

On June 23, a BJP leader accused Nepal of not releasing Gandak waters. A leader of Indian opposition party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asked the Union government of India to persuade Nepal government to immediately release water in the Gandak river for irrigation in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
But he should press Indian government to pay compensationto the victimized Nepalese from teh Gandak river. Instead of pressurising the Indian government he accusses nepali poor farmers.
Indiam embassy in Kathmandu can donate money and vehicles to the elite community but never pays the compensation to the poor farmers in Gandak and encroach land in susta.
If one visits Mahakali, Susta, Gandak, Koshi or Putali sadak the UTL office, the Indian hegemony can be seen every where. What do they think of nepal and nepali and how do they treat their small neighbour, it open secret.
But the interesting fact is that the Nepali government and political partieas are mum, as if they are dumb. Down with nepali political parties and Indian expansionist.

The Nepal government stopped the flow of water into the river and hence the canal is running dry affecting agriculture in UP and Bihar," BJP UP unit president Ramapati Ram Tripathi said, according to Indian media reports.
But he forgot that the farmers are on hunger strike and want compensation for they are living with fear every day every night. Why don't you pay compensation according to the treaty signed between India and Nepal.

He alleged that the Indian government was neglecting its national interest under pressure from the Left, since the Nepal government is dominated by the Left-wing parties. The left in India are experimenting in Nepal on how to establish the left rule in India.

Gandak, which originates in Nepal, feeds the Gandak canal and lakhs of farmers in the four eastern UP districts of Gorakhpur, Kushinagar, Maharajganj and Deoria and some areas in Bihar solely depend on it for irrigation. Indians benefit from the Gandak but Nepalese are left to die without compensation.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

NC slams Indian leaders’ remarks

Its a biggest joke after last Tuesday's UML's company Ltd's Sister concern Democratich Youth went to Sood to request not to speak in support of Maoists. The whole idea is UML is Indian stoog like Nepali Congress. UML leaders Madhav Nepal ansd K P Oli are Indian agents and so is NC leaders. But now their master India is supporting Maoists. And its Indian character, it can support anyone who fulfills its expansionist dream. It is supporting Dictator King in Bhutan and dictator in Burma why not India support Maoists?
Democracy is not important to India. The most important is Nepalese rivers and hydrioopower and natural resources. Indians are thugs and frauds.

Nepali Congress has strongly condemned remarks coming from some Indian politicaians concerning government formation in Nepal.
"Such statements that appeared in newspapers in the name of CPM leader Sitaram Yechury, NCP Leader DP Tripathi and CPI leader D Raja are interference in Nepal's sovereignty, national unity and independence," the NC's International Relations Department stated in a press statement.
"We request the leaders to be sensitive toward another independent country's internal affairs and respect the Nepali people's right to decide who should form a government, and how, under the interim constitution," the statement said. The Indian leaders in question belong to a solidarity group for the success of Nepal's democratic movement.
"The International Relations Department condemns in strongest words the remarks made by the leaders against supreme leader of Nepal's democratic movement, Girija Prasad Koirala," the statement said. The Indian leaders had criticized Koirala for sticking to the office of prime minister instead of handing it over to Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal.
Besides politicians across the border, the Indian ambassador to Nepal has also been airing his views publicly on government formation here.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

India agrees to solve Koshi, Gandak issues

But will India solve the issue and pay conpensation. Nobody believes as India is big in geography but wicked in heart and money matters.

An Indian delegation participating in a meeting of Nepal-India Joint Committee on Koshi and Gandak Projects that ended in Lalitpur today, agreed to solve the half-a-century old issues related to the two projects.
The Indian side, led by Devi Rajak, Engineer-in-Chief of Water Resources Department, Patna, agreed on the formation of a sub-committee to recommend structural changes on Gandak project to ensure supply of 300 cusecs of water to Nepal from the Gandak reservoir, said Uma Kant Jha, Director General of Department of Irrigation, who led the Nepali delegation.

In the Gandak Treaty of 1959, India had agreed to supply this volume of water to Nepal round the year. However, the promise was not kept. While the issue has been raised by Nepal since 1961, this is the first time a sub-committee is being formed to address the issue. The sub-committee will submit its report to another joint meeting in December this year, after which structural changes will be made in the Gandak project, Jha added.

On the Koshi project, India agreed to verify and then release compensation for 1516 bighas of land in Nepal submerged after the construction of Koshi Barrage. Nepal has claimed Rs 28,000 per bigha for this section of submerged land. Meanwhile, the Indian side also agreed to verify the area of another section of land submerged by the barrage to initiate the compensation process. This section measures 4,400 bighas.

This is the first Nepal-India meet on water resources since the February 1, 2005 coup. The meeting, supposed to take place every six months, last took place in December 2004.