February 1, 2010


Date: Sat, 30 Jan 2010 12:21:42 -0600
From: himalayanvoice@gmail.com

Here is a stuff for this weekend ! In response to our message below, we have received a number of emails asking for some elaboration of points contained in the file attached as such they do not understand Nepali. The file was received from an honourable Constituent Assembly or CA Member from Kathmandu, Nepal yesterday.

The CA Member in his write-up has tried to answer the question WHY those three Nepalese leaders: Girija P. Koirala (Bahun)[a stubborn, never-never-retiring, almost 90 years old Chairman, Nepali Congress Party, 22.79% votes, 2nd largest party], Prachanda (Bahun)[Maoist Chairman - the largest party 30.52% votes] and Jhala Nath Khanal (Bahun)[Chairman - Communist Party, United Marxist-Leninist - 21.63% votes, 3rd largest party] in the Constituent Assembly, would have needed to form such a WRETCHED TEEN BAHUN CLUB which bears no constitutional standing at all and also which has failed to secure endorsement from their own respective parties and in which they unwillingly 'inducted' the Chief Executive of the country, the seating Prime Minister, an INVITEE MEMBER with no voting right ?

Here are his answers:

1) The current Prime Minister of Nepal, Mr. Madhav Kumar Nepal represents the 3rd largest party discussed above. Losing twice, this loser leader portrays an UNELECTED GUY'S IMAGE in the country, who he actually is ! These three party heads or TBs [Teen Bahuns > Three Bahuns] sometime question among themselves - what on earth could an UNELECTED GUY become the prime minister in a democratic country ? In fact Mr. Khanal should have been where Mr. Nepal is right now. Mr. Khanal won CA election amidst the Maoists heat-wave in the country. And also his party elected him the Chairman ! So, he won the election twice !! Winning two separate elections, Mr. Khanal could have become the prime minister of Nepal. But you see, this wretched leader has the fate only becoming Nepal's Mrs. Sonia Gandhi !

2) Girija P. Koirala was keenly interested in becoming the 1st Head of the State, meaning the 1st President of Democratic Republic of Nepal. But throwing cold waters down the Maoists spoiled his broth totally. Given his age, fragile health and party position, he can never become the President of Nepal. Instead he would want to become Prime Minister again but you know what, one of his lieutenants Dr. Ram Baran Yadav is the President of Nepal now ! Understandably, it is not possible for him to take the oath of office from the guy who is his lieutenant even today !

3) Belonging to the largest party, this ever boastful Maoist hunk, who caused almost 16,000 deaths in the country, Mr. Prachanda believes he threw away the monarchy so he must have major role in the governance. Sounds natural, doesn't it ? Nowadays, he has no options other than hanging around with Mr. Koirala as the New Delhi South Block Messengers always want them together nevertheless they were kind of dead enemies few years back !?!

So, they required to form such kind of THREE BAHUN WRETCHED CLUB. Is it a kind of US Presidential Club ? Nay, in US Presidential Club - the seating president has the major role. Also the Club very rarely meets. The elected CA Members, other elected officials and the all party workers are against such a club.

Also in the aftermath of the Maoist's strong showing in the Constituent Assembly Election 2008, Nepal, a diverse Himalayan country, has come under serious threat of chaos and disintegration as ethnic divide has flared sky high up. The country's most privileged people's organization the Rastriya Brahmin Samaj, [http://tinyurl.com/y9kymby k] has begun to show its colour.

And, one of the Constituent Assembly Members who heads another Kshatriya Organization, another most privileged ethnic group in Nepal, has donated Rs. 1,01,01,101.00 [ one crore one lakh one thousand one hundred and one] to speed up his campaign in the country.

Thank you all,

You have a wonderful weekend !

The Himalayan Voice,
Cambridge, Massachusetts
United States of America


On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 12:43 PM, The Misras wrote:

Such things happen in a country which the Prabasis (non-residents) think is a democratic country.
Here if TB [Three Bahuns] agree, anything and everything goes. And if the TB disagree, anything and everything can occur.

On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 3:44 PM, Nawaraj Chaulagain wrote:

Thanks for this write-up! Whoever it was written by, it is well-written and argued, only suggestion is that we should try to transcend all sorts of caste-based differences and create the harmony based on democratic principles.