Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Letter to Shri Modiji Nepal India Relations

Message from our Nepali Hindu Brothers

I am from Nepal, and thus like to bring a few related issues. Please request Modi jee to correct the evil policies of Indian Congress and Indian Communists in Nepal. We are not asking to use Indian Influence. We are merely asking India to help Nepalese people to be free and live without terror of Maoists and duplicity of Christian conversions. Unfortunately, both INC and CPI used their power against Nepalese people and against the age old friendship between Nepalese and Bharatiya peoples.

Let me point that bad things happening in Nepal have direct consequences to India. If Maoists forms terrorists camps in Nepal, will it leave India untouched? If Church's dubious planned conversion program succeeds in Nepal, will it leave India untouched? If India does not wake up in time, then you have not only Pakistan but also Christian and Communist Nepal as head ache for good.

Modi Jee may ask briefing from the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu to ascertain following issues.
A. INC, CPI and Western countries supported Maoists insurgency in Nepal against democratically elected government to impose Communism. It costs Nepal over 17,000 lives and destruction of invaluable economic infrastructure. Nepalese youths are leaving Nepal by bus and plane loads just keep soul and body together. 
B. INC, CPI and Western countries bribed corrupt politicians to declare Nepal, one and only Hindu rastra in the world, a secular state. Nepal being a Hindu rastra was not about theocracy or discrimination based on religion. But it was merely a pride in our heritage, values and roots.  Yet, it was snuffed to facilitate Christian conversions.
   1. Advair, Kapil, 2010. “Hindu nation sold on Rs. 20 million” Review Nepal, July 26, 2010
   2. Kaidi, Prem. 2006. “Joshua II ko Paisama Dharma Niripekshya” Janamanch, June 11, 2006.
   3. Shah, Saubhagya. 2008. “Civil society in uncivil places: Soft state and regime changes in Nepal”
        Policy studies 48. East-West Center, Washington DC.
   4. Wagle, Achyut. 2011. “Christianity, Communism & Constitution” Republica \ opinion, July 5, 2011.
        Editor of the ‘Arthik Abhiyan’

We are not asking to use undue influence in Nepal. We are merely asking India to recognize the appropriately expressed Nepalese interests and views. And India should not recognize illegally and undemocratically imposed decisions. For your information, the declaration of 'secular' Nepal has no mandate, unconstitutional, unacceptable and treason against Nepal.
Thank you very much.

Most sincerely,
Tilak B. Shrestha, Ph.D.

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