Tuesday, November 9, 2010

RE: SP Ramesh Kharel Jindabad!

November 9, 2010

Peter J. Karthak
Copy Chief, The Week/Republica

Dear Mr. Karthak

Thanks a lot for your solidarity. People have come to know of me as someone always critiquing one thing or other. What people forget is that behind every critique of mine, I am charting out a vision as to how best that particular issue/program/project is to be handled in the best interest of Nepal and Nepali people. In any case this is only one half of me.

You have just discovered the second half of me. This half is always endeavoring to locate people like SP Kharel and do my level best to encourage and infuse enthusiasm in them. I am of firm conviction that we need to name and shame the black sheep and encourage people with integrity; even assist them financially whenever/wherever possible.

I disagree with those who say that there is no hope for this country and I am encouraged by your statement that “there is still hope for Nepal.” Let’s keep on the lookout for Nepal’s finest and encourage and infuse enthusiasm in them. You too can help in this by profiling such people in your newspaper.
With best regards,

Ratna Sansar Shrestha, FCA
Senior Water Resource Analyst

From: PETER KARTHAK [mailto:pjkarthak@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 7, 2010 7:09
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: SP Ramesh Kharel Jindabad!

Dear Mr Shrestha:

I wish I too had visited or called SP Kharel, as you did. I'm envious of you! However, he's been very conspicuous to us at The Week/Republica because noble stories about him come to us frequently. He and Officer Hathhechhu are illustrious names in Nepal's Finest.

With this note, I stand by your side to cheer SP Kharel up and support his noble social causes. My kudos to Madame Kharel and the SP's parents and family.

With such citizens, there is still hope for Nepal.

And thank you for raising this awareness!

Most respectfully yours

Peter J. Karthak
Copy Chief, The Week/Republica

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