The article “Monetary policy” (THT, July 30, Page 8) by Mr. Raju Nepal is quite a general
article reflecting the essence of monetary policy in the country, despite its partial budget, brought for the coming up FY 2069/70. Monetary policy deserves the right to get easy accessibility of money whenever it is acquired or needed. So the entity could get the right investment in the right place so as every industry in the country could easily benefit in the future. It is true that NRB is primarily liable to manage the liquidity crunch, since the liquidity position of the country is entirely under the restraint of NRB. The job of NRB has been to publish the monetary policy in a regular manner. I think until and unless the sectors
like agricultural, hydro, tourism and natural resources are explored by the government, no NRB monetary policy can work rightly. It’s not only the fault of NRB this time as the full or regular budget for the fiscal year 2012/13 was not possible.
Arjun Prasad Tiwari, via e-mail
It is surprising how the HSEB education board takes out the Science results for the +2 streams first. The results for all the streams should be taken out all at once. Management and Humanities students have to wait for weeks and sometimes months after the Science
students receive their results. How is this fair? The education ministry and the HSEB should treat all faculties equally. The other streams deserve their results early as well.
Cynthia Satyal, via e-mail
The people had expected PM Babu Ram Bhattarai to clean out moral, political, bureaucratic, financial and what-not garbage that were dumped on them in the 16 years of pre-republic period in Nepal, but he has unmistakably demonstrated by his series of arbitrary misdeeds that he can do nothing more than create and produce more of them
instead. As he very well knows that it is his very last chance to be on the prime ministerial chair, the people can logically anticipate that he could and would create and produce much more garbage of deadly kinds in a bid to stick to the post as long as possible. So they need to decide quickly and fast to bring in the government of the independent people prior to holding any election.
Ramesh Bdr. Shrestha, Lalitpur
There are three restaurants in Samal Tole of Kirtipurr municipality. Most of the customers of these restaurants are young boys and girls between the ages of 17 and 25. They come with motor bikes and drink so much that they became nearly unconscious. Every weekend, we can see that many youths are intoxicated and argue with each other. Once I even saw two girls unconscious and their friend was pouring water on their head. I think most of the youngsters are college students. I am not against young lovers who spend time together. Is the drinking culture becoming popular among youths? If so, then maybe it is time for us as parents to learn where our young children are spending the days.
Purna Singh, Kirtipur