Nepali Sansar https://www.nepalisansar.com/ A Site for Global Nepali Community Wed, 08 Jun 2022 05:43:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.3.2 https://www.nepalisansar.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/fav.png Nepali Sansar https://www.nepalisansar.com/ 32 32 DFW-Himalayas Football Club bags the 7thNepali New Year Cup https://www.nepalisansar.com/sports/dfw-himalayas-football-club-bags-the-7thnepali-new-year-cup/ Wed, 08 Jun 2022 05:30:35 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=34135 We are delighted that DFW-Himalayas FC, backed by Veritis Group, has clinched the 7thNepali New Year

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We are delighted that DFW-Himalayas FC, backed by Veritis Group, has clinched the 7thNepali New Year Cup at Grapevine, Texas.

The tournament was quite sprightly, and Veritis, one of the event sponsors, was delighted to be associated with the occasion.

The icing on the cake was winning the cup after facing off against FC Goalbuster on May 29, and we look forward to gaming opportunities to make our mark.

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7 Budgetary Highlights Which Are Set to Spruce Up Nepali Tourism https://www.nepalisansar.com/special-stories/7-budgetary-highlights-which-are-set-to-spruce-up-nepali-tourism/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 05:30:36 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33893 Tourism is one of the major revenue streams of Nepal. People around the world throng this

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Tourism is one of the major revenue streams of Nepal. People around the world throng this Himalayan nation to trek the towering mountains or to soak in the beautiful views.

However, due to the coronavirus spread, Nepal’s tourism industry has suffered immensely. Travel restrictions, vaccines diplomacy and with widespread confusion, tourism operators were dealt a cruel blow by the pandemic.

Now, as the world is limping to normalcy, Nepal Tourism Board has jumped into the fray by coming up with an ambitious plan which would boost the recovery of the tourism across the nation. The board estimated that the landlocked country would witness 200,000 tourist footfalls by mid-July 2022.

To prop the sector, the board has announced a mammoth budget of NPR 920 million. This monetary infusion shall usher in new trends in Nepali tourism sector. In this post, let’s have a look at what changes await tourists and tourism operators of Nepal.


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1) Advertisements Blitzkrieg

Advertisements Blitzkrieg

The board is doubling down on the tourism advertisements by pumping in about NPR 140 million. This monetary boost will also pave for international travel marts participation across the globe. Additionally, a substantial portion of the budget which is NPR 40 million will be used for promotions through digital marketing.

The tourism board has also earmarked funds for emergency travel operations and pitched funding of NPR 20 million for proposed research of an online market system. A whooping NPR 15 million has been allotted for the development of information centers in various provinces.

The NTB is aiming ramp up Nepal’s international diplomatic missions and increase its presence in Indian and China by promoting the Himalayan nation as destination for tourists. It shall also partner with private sector players to push packages to Indians and Chinese.

2) Focus on Heritage

Focus on Heritage

NTB will spending NPR 73 million to promote and implement heritage conservation. The board will also hold fairs and festivals in specific regions to improve the heritage in those regions. The fairs will attract tourists and that would bring in more revenue which will better the heritage value in long term.


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3) Pokhara-centric events

Pokhara-centric Events

Pokhara NTB office will be recipient of NPR 45 million to boost promotion of heritage areas in the region. The office responded positively by stating that they will also use the funds to train the personnel using those funds.

4) Betterment of Human Resources

Betterment of Human Resources

NTB has announced an overhaul of human resources in the tourism sector. They are planning to shoulder NPR 180 million of expenses which shall improve the working standard of personnel. The funds will be utilized for tourism operations.


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5) Rejuvenating Rural Tourism

Rejuvenating Rural Tourism

The NTB has decided to propel rural tourism across the nation. They have decided to give some of tourist areas a facelift and endow them some brand value. The region which will be focused upon is Tokha in Kathmandu.

Other places which will be bettered are Myagdi, Parbat, Baglung, Gulmi, Syangja, Tanahun, Kaski, Gorkha, Dhading, Arghakanchi, Nuwakot and Kavre. These areas will be promoted as agro tourism destinations. Chure is also being considered for the facelift and the Indo-Nepal border region is being considered for religious tourism centric promotions.

There will also be travel marts across all provinces and Province 1 will be projected as health tourism hub. Lastly, Sundarpaschim province will be promoted as a farm-stay destination.

6) Giving Credit Where it is Due

Giving Credit Where it is Due

There are always those who slog more than the others and shoulder more responsibilities. NTB has decided to appreciate their efforts by announcing that it shall honor the tourism operators and personnel who are in mountain tourism.  These people will be appreciated by giving them cash prizes and medals for their work. Special laurels await the people who bring in the most tourists to Nepal.


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7) Going the Extra Mile

Going the Extra Mile

Kathmandu was devoid of a tourist bus station and its absence was an inconvenience for ages. The roadways in Jamal doubled up as a bus station until now and the tourists’ busses were to be found in Sorhakhutte.

NTB is planning to an end to these woes by installing a bus station in the capital city. They have gone ahead and allocated the funds for this construction.

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Activists Demand Chief Justice of Nepal to be Investigated https://www.nepalisansar.com/government/activists-demand-chief-justice-of-nepal-to-be-investigated/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 08:55:00 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33870 Chief Justice Cholendra Rana has landed in the crosshairs of civil society leaders and activists. They

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Chief Justice Cholendra Rana has landed in the crosshairs of civil society leaders and activists. They are demanding an investigation be launched into the head of the judiciary for money laundering and indulgence in illegal activities.

Civil society group Govinda KC and Narayan Wagle approached the Department of Money Laundering Investigation with a complaint that stated their demand for investigation on Sunday.

The Chief Justice has been in hot water for the past few months as he has been accused of unfair practices which endangered judicial independence. The Chief Justice is, however, vehemently against the investigation demand.

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Nepal Bar Association, the primary union body of all Nepali lawyers, has been demanding that the Chief Justice resigns from his post by staging different protests.

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Nepal witnesses COVID-19 uptick with 220 new cases https://www.nepalisansar.com/coronavirus/nepal-witnesses-covid-19-uptick-with-220-new-cases/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 11:57:37 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33852 Nepal registered the rise of 220 new coronavirus infections on Monday. It also witnessed the recovery

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Nepal registered the rise of 220 new coronavirus infections on Monday. It also witnessed the recovery of 263 infected people and one COVID-19 induced mortality. This was stated by the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP).

About 4,141 people submitted their swab samples, and they were tested for the virus on the same day. 218 samples were detected to be positive for the virus. Parallelly, antigen testing pointed out 2 new infections.

Nepal has 5,361 active cases of COVID-19, and 4,964 infected people are battling the infection in home isolation. 261 people are in institutional isolation, while 109 are fighting the virus in ICUs’. 27 infected people are clinging on to their lives on ventilators.

94 people are shunning the viral infections in quarantine facilities. Until now, 11,574 people have passed away due to the coronavirus in Nepal.

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Kathmandu Valley registered 129 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, and 89 new infections cropped in Kathmandu. 33 new coronavirus were also unearthed in the Lalitpur districts.

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5 Cafés Which Reflect the Serene Nature of Kathmandu https://www.nepalisansar.com/special-stories/5-cafes-which-reflect-the-serene-nature-of-kathmandu/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 07:15:52 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33835 Nepal is famous for its Himalayan beauties and culture, where people from all over the globe

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Nepal is famous for its Himalayan beauties and culture, where people from all over the globe come to unwind.

While mountains and base camps are packed to the rafters with trekking enthusiasts, there are certain nooks and corners of the city where one can relax and enjoy the moment.

It is a tad challenging for tourists to locate these peaceful cafés as they are not lit up with a massive sign like the Starbucks siren.

Contrary to the general perception, these cafés are better than Starbucks and other coffee chains as one gets to sip on coffee nestled amidst the Himalayas and a lovely atmosphere.

So, without further ado, let’s have a look at these cafés.

1) BIA Café

BIA Cafe

Located in Kimdole, Swayambhu, Bodhisattvas In Action or BIA is popular for its coffee and its book collection. Yes, this café has avid bookworms thronging this shop as it has shelves full of diverse books. The book collection will be the first to catch your eye when you visit BIA.

The tables, which are placed on the shelves, are stylized so that you feel that you are not in a concrete jungle. Sporting asymmetric shapes and brown finishes, the tables and books give the people who come over a homely feeling.

However, this is not a library to check out the books, and the café is yet to retail novels. So, it is better to set aside time to read the books while sipping on the coffee when one is heading over there.


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2) Café Soma

Cafe Soma

Café Soma is more of a bookstore than a coffee shop with bookshelves that extend to the ceiling. Yet, with ornate tables topped with a green slab of stone, this coffee shop has created a reading culture among the coffee lovers who visit it.

Situated in Jhamsikhel and Baluwatar, the café is famous for friendly catering staff who don’t shunt away the readers after a short time. So the customers can stay there for as long as they want. Sweetening the deal is that the customers can enjoy the food sold at the café.

3) Mo:mo la Palpasa Café

Mo:mo la Palpasa Cafe

Mo:mo la Palpasa Café is quite popular amongst coffee lovers as it serves excellent coffee. Established in Bhimsengola in the Baneshwar vicinity, the café offers a peaceful realm for the bookworms who want to forget their lives’ humdrum. The café’s ambiance is similar to a standard living room and offers momos its USP. The café is also thronged for its coffee beans, which have earned rave reviews from customers who also enjoy free wi-fi.


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4) Freak Street Kaffe

Freak Street Kaffe

Freak Street Kaffe is in the heart of Kathmandu, Basantapur, and is situated at Freak Street. It is pretty easy to spot this café, and geniality is in the air. As the other cafés in this blog, there are books loaded up on the beautiful beige shelves.

The store’s beauty is accentuated by the casual seating arrangements that are similar to the lawn chairs. In general, the café has enough visual assortments to make the ambiance aesthetically quaint.

5) Ujamma Koffie

Ujamma Koffie

Ujamma Koffie is the only café in this blog that issues a library card to its customers. This systematic streamlining has encouraged a lovely reading culture and has increased customer retention as one doesn’t have to stay there to read their books.

The café is in Shankhamul, and customers can relish the coffee while soaking in the knowledge from the political, historical, and other books. What betters the visit here is that the café is known to give discounts on their coffee. Overall, this is one café that takes customer loyalty seriously.


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Capping it off

Coffee with Book

As one can observe, Nepal has a lot to offer. One can soak in not just the Himalayan sights but also the culture of Nepal by visiting these cafés where books, pleasant atmosphere, and coffee go well. Unlike a library where one has to be silent, one can partake in fun and interact with the locals while downing the beverages and snacks which are unique to those cafés.

While one can get a mocha latte anytime in the coffee-chains, these cafés are unique to the region. So, when you are in Nepal, put on the exploration hat and wind off over a cup of coffee that can’t be found elsewhere.

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Nepal Bars Entry for South Africans https://www.nepalisansar.com/world/nepal-bars-entry-for-south-africans/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 11:25:43 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33800 The Nepali government has decided to bar South African travelers from entering the Himalayan nation as

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The Nepali government has decided to bar South African travelers from entering the Himalayan nation as Omicron, a new coronavirus variant, was detected by the African country.

On Sunday, the Home Ministry issued a circular to the immigration department, Tribhuvan airport, and concerned local offices at geographical borders.

It directed them to stop South African citizens from seeping into Nepal. Phanindra Mani Pokharel issued this statement.

“A decision has been made to bar South African nationals except for diplomats, officials, and those coming for emergency tasks. It will remain in effect until the next notice,” Pokharel stated.

Phanindra Mani Pokharel

The new Omicron was first detected in South Africa, and it was also spotted in other countries. Governments across the globe have adopted similar travel bans against South Africans.

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Nepali trade deficit widens to NPR 568.17 billion https://www.nepalisansar.com/business/nepali-trade-deficit-widens-to-npr-568-17-billion/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 08:58:18 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33789 The trade deficit of Nepal in the first four months widened massively by 56.83 percent compared

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The trade deficit of Nepal in the first four months widened massively by 56.83 percent compared to the same period of the previous fiscal year. This jarring development sours the significant rise in exports experienced in the same period.

The Department of Customs (DoC) reported that the negative trade balance increased from NPR 362.29 billion to NPR 568.17 billion between mid-July and mid-November.

However, during this period, the Himalayan nation offset some negativity by earning NPR 82.12 billion in exports. These earnings were double the amount of earnings that Nepal generated during the last year’s period.

Nepal Exports and Imports

Nepal’s total export trade increased up to 11.21 percent from 9.08 percent. However, the nation was unable to offset the import expenses with its export revenue.

The import expenses shot up to NPR 650.29 billion, which saddled the landlocked country with a trade deficit of NPR 319 billion with India, Nepal’s most significant trading ally.

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Trek or vacation? Do Both at these Nepali Basecamps https://www.nepalisansar.com/special-stories/trek-or-vacation-do-both-at-these-nepali-basecamps/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 03:11:38 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33762 Nepal is quite famous for trekking and the beautiful Himalayan sights. People from all the corners

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Nepal is quite famous for trekking and the beautiful Himalayan sights. People from all the corners of the world throng the Himalayan nation as it houses the pristine flora and fauna rarely found elsewhere.

However, often, one is split between trekking and vacationing in Nepal. On the one hand, there are lay the daunting, most incredible mountains which need to be scaled, and on the other, one needs to wind off by soaking in Nepal’s beauty. Why not do both? Yes, one can get the best of both worlds. Let’s understand how.

When one goes trekking, there are specific base camps set up at stable terrain. These base camps are safe sites from locations from where the trekkers begin their journey from. These are also the sites that one descends to.

Although the base camps sound rather well-equipped, one has to realize that they are rudimentary tents or huts where one can rest. What makes the rest better is the view from the campsite.

As Nepal has eight mountains higher than 8,000 meters and more than 1,300 summits which are beyond 6,000 meters. These mountains offer the much-required variety to trekkers as Everest Base Camp, and Annapurna Base Camp are relatively crowded. Given the attention that Mt. Everest enjoys, this crowding was bound to happen.

The same is the case with the Annapurna Base Camp trek, which is quite popular. Fortunately, there are other base camps where one can enjoy stunning views from. Let’s see what those camps are.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp

Kanchenjunga Base Camp

Globally, Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain as the summit is perched at a lofty altitude of 8,586 meters. The base camp is situated in eastern Nepal at 5,143 meters altitude. The trek to the base camp is quite time-consuming. However, the base camp location is quite underrated and unknown. The base camp will familiarize one with the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, which doesn’t have much of any populace.


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To reach there, one would have to go through the quaint rural areas, ranging from Ghunsa to Panama. The rural residents are Sherpas, Rais, and Gurungs. One can enjoy the local hospitality while heading to the base camp.

The base camp trek begins at Taplejung, which can be reached from Birtamod via a bus ride. During the trek, one would encounter the blue sheep, snow leopards, and musk deer. You get the majestic view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and others from this base camp. Be it the sunrise or the sunset; you are in for a treat.

Dhaulagiri Base Camp

Dhaulagiri Base Camp

One has to embrace that trekking is an adventurous sport, and the same is the case with the trek to Dhaulagiri’s base camp. Located in the Pokhara region of Nepal, the base camp of Dhaulagiri, which is the seventh-highest Himalayan mountain, is situated above 4,750 meters altitude.

The trek to base camp oversees one to cross two passes: the French Pass and Thapa Pass. Trekkers will come about across the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri North Base Camp. With the former, the travelers will witness snow and glaciers. With the latter, they shall enjoy the beautiful views of the Rhododendron forest.


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The campers will also soak in the world’s deepest gorge sights where the Kali Gandaki river flows (that’s a fun fact, isn’t it? Yes, Nepal has the world’s tallest mountain and deepest gorge). Gracing the view is the fauna that houses semi-wild yaks and mountain sheep, which one would encounter while trekking to the camp.

Makalu Base Camp

Makalu Base Camp

The base camp of Makalu is situated at 4870 meters altitude, while the summit is at 8,485 meters altitude. This trek and base camp are pretty popular among solo trekking enthusiasts. One of the major boons of going on the trek is that one sees the Makalu Barun National Park, located in Solukhumbu and Sankhuwasabha districts.


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The park boasts 3,000 species of flora and has 440 species of birds. There are many other types of fauna in this park. But what makes this trek to the basecamp great is that the other trekkers less frequent it. The crowd is less at this base camp as the mountain is relatively remote and isolated from the other peaks. The solo-souls will cross two valleys: Arun and Barun, which can be reached from the mid-eastern Nepal region Tumlingtar.

Mardi Himal Base Camp

Mardi Himal Base Camp

Mardi Himal Base Camp is most excellent for the people running short of time as this trek to the base camp is the shortest. It is perched at an altitude of 4,450 meters and is closely situated to the east of the Annapurna Base Camp. The camp, which is deemed a hidden gem, endows the trekkers with the sights of ancient rhododendron forests and mountains of Hiunchuli, Machhapuchhre, Ganga Purna, and Annapurna.


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The trek to the camp is made even better by the local people’s hospitality and green farmlands sights. One can also reach the base camp by trekking from Kande or Ghandruk, or Landruk. Finally, the journey can end at Siding or Landruk.

Api Base Camp

Api Base Camp

The trek to Api base camp is a different experience as most tourists do not frequent it. Given the sparse crowd or no crowd, one won’t find accommodations or hotels quite easily. So, camping outdoors or going for a homestay is the best option. But, this accommodation option should not sway you as the base camp boasts has a lot to offer.

Situated at the height of 4,250 meters, the base camp, named after Mount Api, is surrounded by the Api Nampa Conservation area. This flora and fauna sanctuary resonates with the beauty of the base campsite. One can feast on the sights of pristine grasslands adorned by lakes and streams. The region is populated by Hindus and Buddhists who have inoculated the area from modernity.


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Thus, the alpine forests amplify the beauty of the region. Although reaching this destination is a challenging task, the result is jaw-dropping enough to make one visit this campsite. The best time to visit this base camp is during autumn and spring.

Cho Oyu Base Camp

Cho Oyu Base Camp

Cho Oyu is the sixth-tallest mountain as its summit is at 8,201 meters altitude. The mountain’s neighbor, Mt. Everest, is 20 km away, close to the Tibetan border. The trekkers will have to set aside a couple of weeks to reach the base camp, and one has to employ an off-roader to reach this campsite.

Due to the vehicular requirement, the campsite is relatively crowded. Despite the crowding, the tourists get to enjoy the sights of glaciers, mountainous views, and yak pastures. The trekkers will also gain insights into Tibetan culture. The campsite is close to Nangpa La, a trade route connecting Khumbu and Tibet. Nepal has laid a new road link to this campsite.

Ama Dablam Base Camp

Ama Dablam Base Camp

Described as one of the most beautiful mountains, Ama Dablam has a massive height of 6,812 meters. The base camp of Ama Dablam, which means mother’s necklace, is at the height of 4,600 meters. The people who are interested in reaching this base camp can reach Lukla from Kathmandu by flight.


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The resident Sherpas of the Everest region exemplify their Buddhist culture, and one can visit the famous Thyangboche monastery. The mountaineers also come across mountains that range from Everest and Nuptse. One can also explore Namche Bazaar when they are headed to the campsite.

Capping it off

Overall, there is a lot that Nepal has to offer. But, given that life is hectic, one has to make the best of most. Be it taking on a challenge or winding off. But, unlike most countries, Nepal offers both. The thrill-seekers get to scale the mountains and admire the incredible views at the same time. So, pack your bags and take your camera along as views are second to none!

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Nepal’s Chief Justice Tries to End Judiciary Crisis https://www.nepalisansar.com/government/nepals-chief-justice-tries-to-end-judiciary-crisis/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 11:12:24 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33747 Chief Justice of Nepal, SJB Rana, has extended the olive branch by asking the agitating lawyers

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Chief Justice of Nepal, SJB Rana, has extended the olive branch by asking the agitating lawyers to come forth for a dialogue aimed at ending the agitation.

The lawyers are demanding the Chief Justice resign. Their primary motivation for the resignation askance is that the incumbent Chief Justice is responsible for all the existing anomalies in the supreme court.

The Chief Justice issued a statement that all displeased lawyers stop their protests and convene with him to resolve the differences.

Chief Justice Cholendra Rana

Rana affirmed that he would act on the suggestions tendered by Justice Hari Krishna Karki. The suggestions were aimed at bettering the judiciary’s functioning. Rana also said that it was everyone’s responsibility’s to resolve judiciary issues.

“The general public has started asking questions because of the allegations raised in the credibility of the judiciary. It is everyone’s duty to maintain the dignity and honor of the institution,” the Chief Justice said.


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Nepali Prime Minister Dares former King Gyanendra to Contest in Elections https://www.nepalisansar.com/government/nepali-prime-minister-dares-former-king-gyanendra-to-contest-in-elections/ Wed, 10 Nov 2021 11:16:33 +0000 https://www.nepalisansar.com/?p=33734 Prime Minister Sher Deuba upped the ante by daring the former Nepal King Gyanendra Shah to

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Prime Minister Sher Deuba upped the ante by daring the former Nepal King Gyanendra Shah to contest in the general elections if the latter wants to lead the Himalayan nation.

 

These remarks were delivered at a program organized by Ganeshman Memorial Foundation on Wednesday. The Prime Minister further added that the former King should not go against the democracy and stated that all should go contest in the elections if they wanted to administer Nepal.

 

The Prime Minister recalled how the former King imprisoned him for advocating democracy. Sher further warned that the King should not destabilize the current system of governance. 

Nepal King Gyanendra

“The republic was brought in by King Gyanendra, not us. I told him I can go against anything but democracy. I was put into prison for that, which enraged the public. I told him to move forward with the electoral process to lead the country. Just because they did not want to go for election, they went against democracy,” said the Prime Minister.

 “We have a very good constitution at the moment. Although there are some problems, we will resolve them in a democratic manner.” 

 

The Prime Minister stated the Nepali’s biggest asset is their democracy.

 

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