September 23, 2010Prof Dr Mohan Lohani
Dear Prof Lohani
This is actually Nepal’s misfortune. Most of the educated people are apathetic with such issues. Some because they are busy making two ends meet. Some of those that can be deemed affluent are busy maintaining their elitist lifestyle. Of only few of those who take interest don speak up; most don’t.
Then there are those who don’t care what happens to this country as long as they are able to hoard more and more wealth and become filthy rich. There are even people who don’t mind if Nepal is “merged” with India – like Sikkim – as long as they get their few “silvers.” There are quite a few who advocate implementation of Bhutan model in Nepal. One particular person has been going about saying that we should allow India to take care of our army.
Yes, I too would like to echo your sentiment that may lord Pashupatinath protect this country!
With best regards,
Ratna Sansar Shrestha, FCA
Senior Water Resource Analyst
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Sent: Monday, September 20, 2010 11:59
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: Re: FW: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/Hurdles-to-power-import-from-Nepal/articleshow/6543737.cms
Dear Ratna Sansarji,
Thanks for forwarding your article which clearly reminds us how Indian policy makers are so united to safeguard their interest while our policy makers and other stakeholders are either not 'clear' or are just 'indifferent' to our national interest.Those,as you have rightly said, guided by their own interest are prepared to serve the Indian interest at the cost of national interest.
May Lord Pashupatinath protect the interest of this country!
Tks and regds,