Demanding Sambhidhan

Nepal still has no constitution. What was to be completed at the end of May last year was given a one year extension but with less than 3 weeks remaining there still doesn’t seem to be much progress. Seriously this is EXTREME NEPALI TIMING. Rather than sitting at home and blaming our political leaders, youths, media personalities and people who wanted progress united at Maitighar yesterday at 3PM. The event which was popularized on Facebook had one simple line ‘Jyala Pura Liu, Aba Sambhidhan Deu’ – Show Up, Stand Up, Speak Up, Else.. SHUT UP.
Spotted. Malvika Subba. Zenisha Moktan. Sadiccha Shrestha. Sahana Bajracharya
A thing that all four have in common – They want constitution.

I don’t have much comments regarding politics in Nepal, before I was enthusiastic and then that interest and enthusiasm just faded away as the road in sight is just very dim. I hope for all the best. We, Nepali’s do not expect an overnight change but even to see the minimal changes is difficult at the moment. 
Praying the ministers get their ‘ACT ON’.
Lex Limbu
Lex Limbu is a non-resident Nepali blogger based in the UK. YouTube videos is where he started initially followed by blogging. Join him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.

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  1. PLEASEE dont loose hope lexxx..i think ur the only guy i know who really can warn younger generation in the uk about the awareness in nepal n actually make difference …hopefully in time ur intrest will grow because we need u…so far am impresssed but was kinda disappointed when u said politics is kinda fadin within u.. 🙁
    dont loose hope!

  2. Jeezz Nepali government really sucks… I agreed with what one of the guy said in the above video. Indeed most of the young teenagers in Nepal dreams about studying abroad and earn money so that they can take care of their parents back home. Well due to all those strikes, all the schools are closed. So there is barely any opportunity in Nepal for the teenagers. But my point is that no matter how worse the situation gets in Nepal, we teenagers as a unity, gotta stand up and fight for this and make a positive change in our country. Seriously kahile kahhe ta yo neta haru lai kick deyera afu neta hu jasto lagcha so that I can make clear justice to everyone in the country. Anyway, for now lets just hope that things will go back to normal. Thanks Lex for updating the current situation of Nepal.

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