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Nepal is cursed for Wrong Leadership and Flash Flood

It seems Nepal has been cursed with wounds that falls back one after the other creating a vulnerable situation of instability and corruption...

Nepal is cursed for Wrong Leadership and Flash Flood

It seems Nepal has been cursed with wounds that falls back one after the other creating a vulnerable situation of instability and corruption.  Nepal has been majorly hit by natural calamity and political instability creating a situation of agony. The political crisis in Nepal culminated when Prime Minister Oli dissolved Parliament on 20 December, 2020 prematurely as per Articles 85, 76 (1), and 76 (7) of the Nepalese Constitution. He also declared the date of mid-term polls to be on 30th April and 10th May this year. By doing so, he tried to upset the designs of his rival camp in the NCP led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal who wanted to unseat him from power. But due to this decision of Oli, the NCP was split into two factions — one led by Prime Minister Oli and the other by Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Madhav Kumar Nepal. Each of the two factions approached the Election Commission to register changes in the party structure and claimed to be the inheritor of the party.

Prime Minister Oli’s faction of NCP has around 83 lawmakers on his side in the House, while the Dahal-Nepal faction of that party has 90 lawmakers. With 63 lawmakers, the Nepali Congress (NC) — the second-largest party in the House — has emerged as a virtual kingmaker. Any of the two factions of the NCP could form the government on the majoritarian principle with the support of the NC.

Alternatively, the NC with 63 lawmakers could join hands with Janata Samajbadi Party with 32 lawmakers, apart from the Dahal-Nepal faction of NCP with 90 lawmakers. In that case, this government might have 67 percent seats in Parliament.With the dissolution of the parliament to the legal fight going on reestablishing the parliament, Nepal is no where in the situation of seeing itself protecting its citizen. With the high political ambition of the KP Oli prioritizing election over vaccination, the country strives for begging  resources and aid with the international community.

Amidst, the second wave of covid19, the rate of infection  spread all over Nepal, with a rapid increase in the number of new cases and deaths.  Imposed from April 29, the lock down was  extended until May 12 and then when the number of cases started to rise the lockdown was extended until May 27 earlier.

With no exist strategy the Nepal government further stricken the lockdown on May 25, where  grocery shops and other activities were withheld imposing additional restrictions to come into effect from May 28 to June 3.
with huge criticism and public outcry the government decided to let the groceries reopen from June 4 when they extended the lockdown to be in effect until June 14. From Last week again the lock down was loosen extending it for one week. It may seems as the government is trying its best but ground reality is there is no other strategy where Nepal government is baiting upon foreign donation and resources. At this time of crisis when there is a need of Vaccination campaign the government which is suppose to be moving ahead with the agenda of Vaccination campaign seems to be dwindling its political manifesto of conducting the election. The priority is ELECTION than saving lives of the millions who are bound to face the consequences.

From the second wave of the COVID19 that resulted in thousand being infected with no facility of proper health care and resources the Nepal Government decision to lock down the country was highly questionable in context of the economic status.

This has raised new flags of corruption to the mismanagement of fund to lack of resources there are issues of governance and no transparency which has majorly hit the government accountability.

Sindhupalchok Flood 

It has been reported that at least 18 people have dead and 25 missing in floods and landslides in Helambu and Melamchi regions of the Sindhupalchok district.

Chief District Officer Arun Kumar Pokharel says local officials and the police have collected reports of seven deaths in the past hours. The flood and landslide has destroyed three bridges in Helambu and one in Melamchi . Many roads have been destroyed, leaving many parts of the district disconnected.

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