LETTERS: Working relation
Apropos of the news story “Nepal-Israel consultative mechanism set up” (THT, May 26, Page 6), Israel is also one of the major destinations for migrating workers. But the fact is that time and again we all hear the news of the workers’ pitiful working condition there.
We hope the Nepal-Israel consultative mechanism will address those kinds of conditions in favour of the Nepalis workers.
That’s why the international monitoring agencies are observing such issues very closely no matter where they are occurring. All the host countries must ensure zero-violence against the migrating workers.
At the same time, no nation can move forward without other countries’ supports in terms of doing business and supplying labourers.
But one thing the Nepal government and related agencies must do is to train its migrating labourers about the types of works they are supposed to do there.
Saroj Wagle, Bara
Forming and toppling the government in a quick succession has become an old practice in Nepali politics “Change of guard in a few months” (THT, May 25, Page 5). I’m not satisfied with NC leader Krishna Prasad Sitaula’s statement made against the KP Oli-led government for its failure in handling the domestic issues.
The ongoing political turmoil and domestic chaos can’t be resolved overnight. It requires a lot of patience, endurance and perseverance.
Needless to say the political parties must develop the culture of finding solutions to national problems through dialogue. The government alone cannot resolve the political and constitutional issues without all the parties coming together.
How can the government resolve the constitutional issues raised by the agitating Madhesi parties if they do not sit for talks and avoid the meeting called by the PM. The political parties need to show maximum flexibility as per the need of the hour.
It is not the right time to topple the government but to find a solution to the constitutional issues collectively as constitutional amendments cannot be made without the cooperation from others who want to amend it.
Sanjog Karki, Tansen
CPN Maoist Centre leader Dev Gurung has said that his party was in favour of giving continuity to the incumbent government.
I have heard that CPN-UML and CPN-Maoist Centre have reached a nine-point agreement to rule the country on rotation basis.
Gurung might have foreseen easier access to Singhadurbar by implementing the 9-point agreement between the Centre and the UMLon May 5.
If the implementation of this agreement is only about changing the Oli-led government the issues of implementing the constitution will be on the backburner.
A majority of the marginalized ethnic communities are agitating against the constitution.
Laxmi Bhakta Manandhar, Kathmandu