Letter of Protest

September 14, 2007 at 3:14 pm 3 comments

Letter of Protest:

To Rt. Honorable Mr. Girija Prasad Koirala ,Prime Minister of Nepal, Office of the Prime ,Minister and Cabinet Secretariat, Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

By: Nepal Officers Online on14 September 2007, submitted through electronic correspondences http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NepalOfficers/

Demand action against State Minister of Education and Sports Mr. Rathor

On behalf of the Nepal Officers Online, we are strongly demand with you to take immediate and appropriate action against state minister of education and sports Mr. Mohan Singh Rathor, who performed nastiest action and derogatory behave against the whole Madheshi community. His deed was among a critical pits episode towards the hubbub of social and ethnic harmony. We trust that you all authorities and Excellencies might aware of the incidents that on 8th of September, Saturday 2007, the state Minister of Education and Sports Mr. Mohan Singh Rathor hunted and brutally attacked specially a Madheshi Fellow Dr.Shivaji Yadav and other in an annual function organized by the Ministry of Education and Sports at the Nepal Academy Hall in the capital, Kathmandu. (Ref. http://www.khojtalashonline.com/index.php?id=001 , it is published in the online issue of 9the September, Sunday on ww.khojtalashaonline.com and others media too)

Therefore, we strongly demand 4 courses of action against him, to help cool down the situation and restore dignity and respect for the aggrieved Madhesi community:

  • Kindly you take immediate action against the offending Minister by relieving him of his job.
  • Your cabinet apologize to the Madhesi community for your Minister’s conduct.
  • You order your Home Minister or local administration for immediate arrest of Mr. Rathor and instruct to bring up a court case against him for disturbing communal peace and harmony.
  • And, assuming that Minister Rathor belongs to a political party, that Party takes immediate action to dismiss him from its membership.

In our view, these are the minimum requirements that would help soothe the hurt feelings and save the nation from fragmentation. Unlike Minster Rathor has also definitely crossed the sacred line.

The Nepal officers Online is an informal and international community of various Nepalese and international peoples and institutions. We have now more than 1700 members and apx 200,000 other affiliated members and subscribers through various online networks.

We believe that you will take our demand and consider our voices seriously. Thank you

Cc to:

The Chiefs/Presidents/General Secretary of Nepalese Political Parties

The Speaker, Interim Parliament of Nepal

The Ministry of Education and Sports

The Ministry of Home Affairs

The Ambassadors and Head of Missions of Kathmandu based all diplomatic agencies and institutions

The Nepalese and international journalists/ The Nepal based NGOs/INGOs

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Pushkar  |  September 15, 2007 at 8:00 am

    Thank you. It is very kind.

  • 2. mr madhesh  |  September 18, 2007 at 12:11 am

    the idea is really great to write a petition, though the above words do not reflect to be very formal enough to attract the international attention.

    regards
    jai madhesh

  • 3. sclal  |  September 18, 2007 at 11:53 am

    The idea is to put the matter to the relevant authorities that the people are not happy with these types of behavor. I do no think that even a petition with highly sophisticated language would have drawn attention of the PM or any body else in power. They do not understand decent language.

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