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What Happens Next?

Once said B.P. Koirala said, "It is not possible to think of the country in the rush of anger,"  This is where Nepal's politics now stands. Only anger is visible everywhere. The wrath of the permanent opponents of the current political system was there, but now new 'wrath forces' have been added. There seems to be anger everywhere. That anger is not focused on nationalism, economic development, socialist thinking and socialism, defense of democracy, protection of individual self-respect and dignity, but self-respect, the fulfillment of personal ambitions, acquisition of power, and factional defense in politics. People have started saying that there is a lack of good leadership in Nepal. If there are many leaders, there is no leader who can lead.

At present, our country has a constitution made through the Constituent Assembly. There is a system of governance determined by the same constitution. It is unfortunate to be able to do politics, get elected, and think of the country in such a system of governance. However, by accepting this truth, no leader capable of contemplating the country could be found. As B.P. said, there is politics of anger everywhere. There seems to be only a rush to finish every one. Dialogue and cooperation have also become self-centered for the protection of anger. The desire to kill one another is being established in politics. Everyone's goal is to be strong. Concerns about how to strengthen the country have weakened. A similar 'cold war' is raging between the forces and individuals in Nepal's politics today.

After entering the field of play, the desire to win is natural. Trying to win is a natural desire and character. The result of a regular game becomes acceptable to all. When cheating starts in a game, the result of such a game is not acceptable. The victory of fraud is not permanent. Similar practices are beginning to be seen in Nepal's politics. The anger of losing one team has led to the politics of two teams playing together. Whenever the UML and the Maoists formed a front, that front was also formed out of anger towards the Nepali Congress. However, the current Prime Minister KP Oli's desire to come to power, the communist players at the two poles formed a team. Even if the Nepali Congress is defeated. This artificial unity of theirs was centered on selfishness. When selfishness began to erode, there was disintegration. Now the anger is aimed at KP Oli. Oli has to be defeated anyway. Attempts are being made to form another unprincipled team to defeat Oli. What is interesting is that the heroes who prepared the team to defeat Congress yesterday are now leading another losing game. Prachanda has entered Nepal's politics as a leader who always plays a losing game.

Prachanda is a hero who has only learned to lose. Prachanda, who had the mentality of defeating others even if he won, never accepted peace and prosperity. There is always only one thing on Prachanda's mind - to hit the other person on the back of the head. He has spoken this thought over and over again. The cadres have been given the same education and they are doing the same. Violence was the main means of Prachanda's political descent. Violence broke out on the backs of the king and India. Nepal's ethnic harmony has been thwarted. Coramin added violence to the minds of peace-loving Nepalis. Apprehension, distrust, He inculcated the culture of ambush and retaliation. He showed ingenuity in both the art of connecting the neck and cutting the throat in politics. I did some tests and it seemed to be successful for a while. Now he is on the verge of hitting KP Oli on the head with the back of the Nepali Congress. It seems that as KP Oli said, the country is now mired in political instability.

It seems that one day Prachanda will say - 'This is what we want.' And, he is addressing a gathering of his cadres - we have managed to divide them by infiltrating the camp of the 'reactionaries'. Now we have become decisive in Nepal's politics. We destroyed the UML, not only used the Nepali Congress, but also destroyed its image, and we came to a decisive place in Nepal's politics. Now we will start the revolution from a new vein. ' The day is coming when we will hear these words of Prachanda. A similar impression is being made. There are some strategic moves adopted by the communists. Such as 'burst and rule', 'one step forward and two steps back', 'leaning on the head on the back', 'jumping in the above position', "To strengthen oneself, to increase divisions and animosities among the opposition." Prachanda has accepted a doctorate in such matters. Many leaders are now trapped in this tactic of his. What did Prachanda do in the past by showing Girija Babu the hope of the presidency? The memorable event is still fresh.

Surprisingly, Nepal, Khanal, Gautam, and Oli, who have been involved in such a long journey within the UML, are now cursing each other. One is publicly attacking the other's merit and honesty. The little boy is saying 'Katti' and 'Addi' so that they can never meet again. The condition of the UML in the past is now like 'shame on those who see rather than o'. The situation of Sher Bahadur and Ram Chandra is similar in the Nepali Congress. One has started taunting the other. Prachanda has reached here and there. Prachanda, who was seen as ruthless and tyrannical yesterday, Prachanda who was accused of amassing immeasurable wealth yesterday, Prachanda who was accused of embezzling billions of rupees from the militant youth yesterday, Prachanda, who yesterday used the politics of assassination to end democracy in this country, is now looking the most 'soft' and democratic. At present, the words and phrases spoken by Prachanda are the constitution of the country, observance of the law, protection of democracy, the prosperity of the country, peace, and security. Suddenly, Prachanda's character has changed. Prachanda's changed character does not mean that another political evil will not come to the country.

Now a question has arisen everywhere - What Happens Next? The answer is not easy. As B.P. Koirala said, "It is not possible to think of the country in the rush of anger." Therefore, leaders are forced to think beyond personal ambitions and self-interest without being provoked by anyone. The time has come for the political forces to unite again like in 2007 B.S. for peace, prosperity, and development of this country. Like the unity of peoples, all parties, and Monarch led to the end of the autocratic rule of Ranas, the same unity can lead to the development of Nepal with stable political power. Only this power can guarantee the prosperity of this country. This is possible only with the strong unity of the peoples, parties, and the King. May the wisdom of the leaders flourish!

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