A Global Bid; “The Leader Wanted” (Leasing the leader continues…)
For the last few decades, our world has made significant progresses, and Nepal is not an exception. Nepali people are hard working, dedicated and capable of performing their task and achieving their objectives, provided with no political interference .In the downfall of Nepalese society, political leaders are a solely responsible group. They have never created the positive environment for public. They only help themselves in fulfilling their own dreams rather than helping Nepal to move forward. They forced young children to join in their own political movement, prevented them from getting educated, and conducted forced labor and prostitution market.
The dialogue between multiple parties led to a solution which none of the parties had even imagined, and which was beneficial to both. However, there is also a flip side to this. This dialogue process took a long time, and numerous meetings among the parties kept on taking place. And in the meantime the law and order situation in Nepal also kept on deteriorating. The fact is that in Nepal, despite innumerable laws and uncountable orders, the government has failed to provide peace and security to the people. Nor has it, improved the economic conditions. Essentially, the government has been useless and non-functional.
Because of insurgency and corrupt leadership, Nepal has chronically suffered from instability, ignorance, and poverty. No political party has a leader who the Nepalese can trust to make worthy decisions for their lives. How have the people profited by conflict over the past ten years? Thousands of people have died, and a village woman of 80 years in age has lost her two of her sons to the conflict. Many wives have lost their husbands and a small and sick child of a widow is asking her, when his father will return to home? Tens of thousands of children have lost the opportunity of education, because of the conflict that all the schools in villages have been turned into training centers for guerilla wars. Can any figures of economics or accounting estimate the loss to the nation? Who can compensate this price? From which market can one find the cost of lives?
There are several economic difficulties in Nepal. The policy makers, scholars, and entrepreneurs of the nation need to shoulder the responsibility and accountability at an individual level to bring economic development and prosperity to the country.
Most of the time of the political leaders is spent on agitating the public and leading the public to frequent strikes (bundh). They never cared for a dying patient due to lack of transportation and never cared to feed the hungry child .Because of these strikes and closing (Nakabandi), his or her mother did not get an opportunity to work and get enough money to feed herself and her child. So ,it is now time for understanding our leaders and their quality .If we are unable to get an appropriate leader, we have the right to select our leader from anywhere in this globe, and we can go for a global bid , before Nepal disappears from a globe. We have seen recently that the countries have declared as a failure state and neighboring country had taken responsibility for managing that country. So it is the time for this nation to take appropriate action to replenish stock of good leaders.
1) Candidate shall make an honest attempt to achieve national objectives.
2) Successfully completed or attempted to his responsibilities.
3) Can consider other people’s needs and wants at some degree.
4) Someone who never forgets that he was promoted by the public.
5) Someone who does not look at others as inferior, and he can only command these people, he shall be ready to recommend these people, whenever they require promotion.
6) He/she should not always expect loyal behavior from public, but he should respect a small contribution made by those people.
7) If He/she cannot lead properly in achieving the desired goals of the group of people whom he belongs to, he must be ready to work under the leadership of his fellow worker.
8) He/she shall take advice and consultation from all stock holders, not only those who generate profit for the organization.
9) He/she should progress along the community, not at the cost of it.
10) He /she shall not count only on interest of few superior people, but the large community as a whole.
11) He /she shall not drink an alcohol up to a level; he forgets his sense of a public representative.
Delivery: A Leader should be delivered in appropriate time and site required by the mass population.
The price: A leader will be offered an opportunity to fulfill his/her needs and wants, no idealism will be expected. Because nobody is working for interest of the public, his/her loyal group will be allowed to take participation in public administration.
When we are electing or selecting him/her as a leader, it is our responsibility to see that his/her reasonable interest i.e. wants & needs are fulfilled. People do not want to listen to an idealistic story, just good for the sake of telling and, which is worth for doing nothing.
Bid Bond: A bound is required in the form of firm commitment to the people of this nation, if the leader fails to fulfill their commitment and expectation of the people shell not allowed in participation in any electoral bid.
Closing date: Before declaration failure state.
End of Bid continues…
By Prof. Bharat Rawal
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