February 25, 2010
Alok K. Bohara, Ph.D.
Department of Economics
University of New Mexico
Dear Mr Bohara
Thanks for reverting back. I am glad that we are speaking from the same page.
If we are let these “people” continue with “business as usual” we not will lose our water but they will even surrender our sovereignty. These people are not only prepared to accept Indian security on Nepali soil but also justify it.
With best regards,
Ratna Sansar Shrestha, fca
Senior Water Resource Analyst
From: Alok K Bohara, PhD [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 21:37
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: Re: Your article on Karnali project in "Yo Sata"
Dear Mr. Shrestha:
Very interesting analysis. These days, I am more worried about our
country's sovereignty and the penetration of foreign powers into our
"socio-politico" lives. With the central authority gone, and with the
rise of ethno-centric politics and a feeble elite chattering class
acting like a pendulum, we are now more vulnerable to short-term
temptations and gains. I am more worried about protecting our water
rather than electricity. Thanks...