The so-called unprincipled, wolf minded people’s representatives are proven to be pimps and miscreants.
Rabindra DhunKathmandu: It is almost five years since the country went into federalism. There are three tiers of government, local, provincial and central, but reviewing the work done by all the governments, even a madman walking naked feels ashamed.
There is no difference between having and not having a government. Even if it is considered obscene for the so-called people’s representatives to get salary / allowance by putting oil on their thighs, they should not delay in wearing underwear’s masks.
Those who do politics in a commercial way have no concern for the country’s religion, culture, customs and our archeological heritage. The unprincipled monsters who pollute the sound in the election campaign and ask for votes will become tigers after winning.
This is an archeological site in the picture. Which was once used to accommodate passers-by. But now it has reached a very critical stage. No local tiger (people’s representative) can see this inn near Khopasi Road in Kavrepalanchok district and no lion (MP / minister) can see it. This dilapidated heritage is crying out for protection. The concerned parties need to pay immediate attention.