What kind of democracy does Nepal need in the 21st century? If the democracy mentioned in the first letter of the constitution is to be interpreted in a timely manner, the state should always focus on the interest of the citizens.
To protect the interests of citizens is to protect personal freedom, To guarantee equality between them is to create an environment in which everyone can prosper and ensure their self-esteem.
But not as explained here. Today, the economic system is overwhelmed by the sweat of the country’s youth. But how long can it last? Nobel coronavirus has made it impossible to describe the condition of young people today.
Nepali youth want to rejoice in their own country. The government does not seem to be paying attention to the industry. We Nepali society, which is dependent on it, has become strong for the nation. Our society is accepting the ways of arranging work on the basis of grace and mercy, sending the promising ones abroad, and upgrading them from the wheel.
It is unfortunate that those who make politics a scapegoat are considered to be the most aristocratic here, but it is unfortunate that they are not given the opportunity to scatter in the country.
We need to know how to look back. Yesterday, during the monarchy, there were industries, there were factories, there were jobs for the youth, In the absence of Nepali workers, foreign workers were hired, but now all have been eliminated and the public has been forced to flee abroad.
From the Rana period till now we have got plenty of governments, but we have never experienced a government with a servant attitude. We gave our lives to bring democracy, but we could not put democracy into practice.
Let’s work hard to reach power, when we reach, we don’t know how to serve the people. The real reason is selfishness. Democracy is in danger today. The day is coming to look back and see.
There is a big difference between yesterday’s youth and today’s youth. Trying to rule by force is no longer possible. The time has come to create an environment where people can work in a country where the people can feel the rule of the people.
Dr. Ram Bahadur Bohara is the Chairman of the Nepal Alternative Medical Development Council, Advisor of Science Infotech and Health Columnist, and Journalist of Nepalpatra.