Monday, November 26, 2012

Subject: RE: President's call under Article 38(1) of Interim Constitution

 November 26, 2012 4:48

To: 'Dipak Gyawali'; 'Surya Dhungel'; 'Hari Sharma'; 'Rajendra Dahal'; 'Lalit Basnet'
Cc: 'Mohan Lohani'

Dipak jee

A close look at the denouement so far does indeed indicate that the whole thing was orchestrated by Munis from Muglan and rest were merely pawns including Gyanendra (who was also a target of the machination of south block) who didn’t know which courtier of his rendered sincere/faithful advice and same is true even now.

I am apprehensive that the whole shenanigans is to prime this unfortunate country, due to political instability, for foreign intervention. From my perspective, and I am sure you too will not disagree with me, the most important thing for us now is to ensure that the things don’t start snowballing down the precipice such that an excuse is presented in a silver platter for annexation. I am becoming highly disturbed and alarmed now a days because I am meeting one too many so called intellectuals who are starting to plead to replicate “prosperity” of Bhutan, or even Sikkim, in Nepal and are citing extant political instability as a raison d’être; same as Kazi Lhendup Dorjee did in Sikkim before its annexation.

Jai hos!

With best regards,


Ratna Sansar Shrestha, fca
Senior Water Resource Analyst

From: Dipak Gyawali []
Sent: Saturday, November 24, 2012 6:19
To: 'Ratna Sansar Shrestha'; 'Surya Dhungel'; 'Hari Sharma'; 'Rajendra Dahal'; 'Lalit Basnet'
Cc: 'Mohan Lohani'
Subject: RE: President's call under Article 38(1) of Interim Constitution.

Oh, Come On, Ratna Sansarji!!
Would that not have made him Loktantrick Gyanendra??!!
There used to be a phrase, I believe popularized by my dear cousin Kanak during those days of demonizing Gyanendra and lionizing Baburam (under of course the self-confessed tutelage of the Rishi-Munis of Mughlan-Bharatkhanda), called “creeping coup”. If you ask me, this looks very much like it, of course creeping much slower because of lack of “traditional legitimacy” of the new interim head-of-state. I am sincerely coming around to the view that the whole circus since 2005 has been participated in by people (in Nepal) who have only a vague understanding of what a head-of-state is what are the position’s duties and inherent residual powers. That adventurism of the 12-point deal of 2005 has now come to haunt these jokers. But then it suits the Leninbaadi bhatkau-baadis fine: everything is going on as per their script!
Jai Hos!

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