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Politics of suspicion



Whenever politics is combined with ethnicity and language, it is a volatile mixture. The result is fragmentation and discord. Vice-president Parmanand Jha's chosen language, for example, is not based on his ethnicity but is part of a conspiracy to bring about disintegration and segregation.

Politicians should be concerned about this rather than losing hair over the never-ending fight over political power. When a house is already burnt, what use are the ashes?

Nepal is suffering at the hands of politicians who are disloyal and unaware of what they are unleashing. The constituent assembly votes were cast almost four months ago and we still haven't formed the new government. Spitting into the wind is counter-productive. The only remaining hope is that politicians, who've weakened themselves with this bruising fight, won't go begging for Indian support.



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