Becareful Nepali Facebookers

Im sure majority of you Facebook users have seen photoshopped images of various Nepali Politicians acting as Three Idiots or holding various funny things or saying silly stuff. Some of you may have been tagged and got endless notifications or some of you maybe the ones behind it. Well lets take a step back. :O As per the new law, you might face 5 years in jail or a fine of Nrs 100,000.  
Home Ministry spokesperson Jaya Mukunda Khanal said display, transmission and broadcast of such materials has been prohibited by the Electronic Transaction Act 2063 BS. “Our move comes as part of the state´s social responsibility to curb such acts, as per the laws of the land,” he said. 
Nice move but when people are getting away with murder by just paying certain thousand rupees its silly to implement a rule which once again probably wont be obeyed by anyone. 
Source: Republica
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  1. Well, Off Course They Can Trace You…But My Point Is, Why Are We Not Allowed To Do Such Things. After All Its Democracy, We have A Right To Express Our Thoughts On Those Mother F*cking Loosers……
    Wish I Had A Sniper Rifles….

  2. Hey Netajan, here’s what the citizen have to say to you then

    “Who are you to judge the life I live? I know I’m not perfect and I don’t live to be, but before you start pointing fingers make sure your hands are clean.”

    Kaam ramro garepo, naam pani huncha. It’s world’s known fact that Nepalese politicans are corrupt No.1 in world , same ranking as some African countries. Nepalese citizens are frustrated hence these politicans deserve all those name calling that citizens have given them. Lakhwon citizen ko akha le ta dhoka khadena ni.

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