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Dynamic neutrality for Nepal; India’s Divider in Chief, the CPEC and Central Asia

NP Upadhdhya
Better late than never, the Indian population has come to senses except the Godi media.
Nepal and Baby Bhutan have reasons to smile. How Bangladesh feels is not known though.
Thanks the internationally acclaimed Time Magazine which has certified that the incumbent Prime Minister of India is the number one “Divider in Chief” which by implication means that PM Modi has already divided the Indian nation-the former Choukidars of the British India Company – into several pieces and that his longer stay in power bodes ill for the entire nation.
This is the indirect message to the Indian population which has the subtle hint to the people across the nation that ‘kick this megalomaniac out’ from power corridors or else face communal-religion riots of the highest order as revealed early this year in January by a US organization close to the government.
Some high placed observers in India even claim that if Modi continues for yet another term then India shall break into several pieces.
South Asian countries will have several neighbors then.
The Time magazine clearly hints the Indian population to do away with this fundamentalist Hindu terror machine who is already being taken as “national burden” and send him, read PM Modi, to the jungles where he should have already been.
The promising Indian Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi has rightly said the other day that Modi never was a Saint as he claims on certain occasions. She says that had Modi been a saint, he should have renounced arrogance to which he has not yet.
She has spoken the Nepali mind also. Modi got exposed while imposing economic blockade on Nepal in the year 2015. People now hate him to an unimaginable extent. It was this folly of PM Modi that Nepal inched closer to China comfortably.
The people of Nepal who have felt and experienced the untold brutality of the India’s FEKU Prime Minister Modi are perhaps the happiest person(s) in the world for a variety of political reasons. He is taken in Nepal as a thug and a fraudulent person having no moral authority to call himself as a Tapashwi. Modi’s educational certificates too have come under scanner in India. Most likely, he has not even cleared his Matriculations, people claim.
His thuggery came to light when some time back, the Indian government beamingly donated an India assembled Helicopter for the Nepal Army.
To the utter dismay of the Nepal government, a few months after the donation that was made with much fanfare, the Indian side told the Nepal government to pay the price of the “donated” Chopper.
Perhaps the Nepal government paid the bill under coercion sent by the Indian government. Such supports from India come to Nepal intermittently.
The Nepal Army perhaps recalls this sad episode.
High placed observers in Nepal opine that the Time magazine should have conducted a survey in the countries of South Asia to collect the impressions from the population residing in this vast landmass as to how the South Asians and its population take the Indian PM Modi prior to the declaration of what has been said of PM Modi by the prestigious magazine.
For the Nepali population PM Modi is not only a divider of the Indian nation but the one who has also made several overt and covert efforts in splitting Nepal into several pieces through its posted and paid agents both in the political and the media sector.
Modi has already initiated a grand design against Nepal through Shyam Saran, as stated in our last issue.
Prachanda is being talked as to have been the choice of the Indian regime for the post of next Nepal PM after Oli is unceremoniously sacked. This mission is already in progress, it is rumored.
A sizeable chunk of the so-called mainstream Nepali media wags its tail around the devilish Father Shyam Saran, the former foreign secretary of India who at times drops in Kathmandu and meets his posted agents and instructs both the domestic media men and also secretly encourages his political stooges to create troubles in Nepal so that this country, which has remained ever a sovereign nation in the recorded history, embraces the fate of what the Sikkim is today.
Some even claim that Nepal’s republican order is a token of love (gift) from Shyam Saran to those Nepali political animals who contributed their time and energy in dismantling the ancient Nepal with the one what it is India controlled nation today.
Needless to say, those media men who had “secretly” assisted Shyam Saran in his “Nepal damage mission” then are the most honored newsmen in the India controlled Nepal even as of today. They command respect and honor in the society that they perhaps do not deserve but unfortunately they do.
No qualms. No grudge. The only grudge is that how can they cheat their own mother Nepal and for what gains?
The article “India’s Divider in Chief” in the Time magazine has been penned by Aatish Taseer, son of an Indian journalist Tavleen Singh and late Pakistani politician and businessman Salmaan Taseer.
Indian BJP and the lap dog Indian media has now reasons to smell rat in the entire “Time” phenomenon as the name of Pakistan has been pronounced by default.
But for India it amounts to a surgical strike from across the border.
Indian loss is definitely the Pakistani gains.
The Time magazine appropriately questions whether India as a nation state can endure yet another five years term of a Prime Minister who eats fraud, drinks fraud and dreams fraud only.
This is the Nepali impression about the Indian Prime Minister Modi. What others take him outside Nepal is not a matter of our concern, however, it shall be a matter of high concern for us in Nepal if the Email, self-composed poem and Radar frauds tagged Indian PM causes any further damage to this already damaged country.
While PM Modi is being ridiculed inside India by his own population, the Sri Lankan observers suspect the very hand of RAW machinery in the fresh attack on the Muslim population of the Island nation.
Fresh reports, as of May 13, 2019, the Sri Lankan government on Monday, declared a nationwide curfew to take control over the worst eruption of violence since the deadly Easter Sunday bombings of the last month, after mobs attacked mosques and the homes of Muslims.
In the weeks since the bombings which were claimed by the Islamic State and killed more than 250 people, tensions have remained high across the island nation.
Media agencies had hinted, to recall, that the Colombo Church attacks have had the Indian connections.
(At another plane, the fresh attack on a five star hotel in the port city of Gwadar in Pakistan in all likelihood is the handiwork of the Indian machinery. It is talked that Indian funding is there to separate Baluchistan from mainland Pakistan).
This time the minority Muslims in Colombo have been targeted.
Unfortunately, the Muslims around the world are being made the target at different intervals of time. The fresh attack being on the Muslims in Sri Lanka and the previous one was the same minority residing in Wellington, New Zealand.
Notably, Sri Lanka has been the target of the terrorists in South Asia after the prevalence of peace for almost a decade of the settlement of the LTTE phenomenon which has terrorized the Island nation for almost three decades.
The Muslims have been attacked just after the Christians in Si Lanka. What do all these mean? Is it the time for the Hindus to be targeted by the terrorists?
Is Nepal the next target? Who knows? If Modi is around then it could be.
Media sources claim that the Council of Sri Lankan Muslims have said that the attacks have been reported in at least five different places in the North Western province.
The area has traditionally been home to both Sinhalese, who are largely Buddhists, and Muslims, who are a minority in the country.
Nothing has been said of the terrorists by the Sri Lankan government. The inner details are yet to come to light.
Back in Nepal, Prime Minister KP Oli has returned to Kathmandu upon completion of his brief but meaningless trip to Viet Nam and Cambodia.
What Nepal shall benefit from these two countries have not yet been spelt out by competent Nepali authorities but matured observers opine that clearly Nepal wants to expand its ties with other friendly countries beyond South Asian landmass.
In a way, the current Nepali leadership wishes to signal India that it was time for Nepal to read, understand and then play an active role in the global politics which enhances its prestige in the comity of nations.
Nepal PM Oli’s trip to Viet Nam and Cambodia has come close on the heels of President Bidya Devi Bhandari’s just concluded China visit.
Mrs. Bhandari attended the second Belt and Road Forum held in Beijing. And mind it that the countries which the Nepal PM just visited were not that far from China speaking in political terms.
Whatever may have been the message for the Indian regime of these two visits, the fact is that China knows the very characters of the Nepali leaders and thus to jump into the conclusion that China has begun trusting Nepal and its leaders shall surely be a self-defeating exercise. China has the knowledge of PM Oli’s long time Medanta Hospital connection in Delhi.
China is not that fool not to understand Nepal’s inner political leaning that has been well designed by Father Shyam Saran, the former Indian foreign secretary.
NOIDA, Delhi shelter had been provided by Shyam Saran to our heroes and builders of Nepal: Comrade Prachanda and Dr. BR Bhattarai during the people’s war days.
In fact, China has begun testing the political credibility and the reliability both of the Nepali rulers who mistakenly possess the name of the Communists to which they are not.
Yet Nepali observers opine that Nepal must stretch its legs beyond the politics of South Asian region and play a key role in the Indo-Pacific Strategy as demanded by the US but care must be taken that Nepal in no way annoys the neighboring countries, India and China, while honoring the US preferences.
Care must be taken that Nepal’s structured policy of Non Alignment remains intact by adopting what could be called as adhering to a strict policy of “Dynamic Neutrality” as brilliantly coined by former Nepal Army Chief Gaurav S Rana.
If it is so then Nepal can immensely benefit from China’s BRI much the same way Pakistan has been sharing advantage from the China Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Needless to say, Pakistan despite bad mouthing by a few countries scattered here and there, has been benefitting immensely from the China aided CPEC mega projects.
China’s attachment for Pakistan is a rare phenomenon indeed in the conduct of friendly ties in between two nations and to expect the same sort of attachment for Nepal shall be a day dreaming exercise for Nepal for some understandable reasons.
Fresh reports have it that China on Monday May 13, 2019, has praised the Pakistan’s security forces for their “swift action” in neutralizing the terrorists who attacked a five star luxury hotel in the port city of Gwadar and ensured the safety of the Chinese personnel and institutions there.
Three terrorists of the Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA), armed with automatic weapons, stormed the Pearl Continental (PC) hotel in Pakistan’s port city of Gwadar on Saturday and opened random firing, media sources have said.
China’s BRI is a much talked commodity in the world today. At the Second BRI Forum held on April 24 to 26 in Beijing last month, according to a fresh estimate made available by various media agencies, 126 countries and 29 international organizations have signed BRI cooperation agreements. The BRI strength is expanding each week.
Nepal President too had attended this BR forum in Beijing.
Making a strong worded statement on the Gwadar Hotel attack by some terrorists recently, Senator Mushahid Hussain said May 11, 2019, that it was a full-fledged anti-China campaign launched by the enemies of Pakistan and China who are common which coincides with Pakistan’s embrace of the IMF, pursuing a 3-in-1 strategy which was to destabilize the CPEC via covert operations, demonize China through false propaganda and damage Pakistan-China strategic bond.
This the Pakistani senator said through his twitter account dated May 11.
In the meanwhile, the Ambassador of Uzbekistan to Pakistan Furkat A. Sidikov says that his country fully supports the CPEC which will bring development in the entire region. (Central Asia perhaps).
The Ambassador further said that Pakistan has great potential and an attractive market for investors of Uzbekistan and other Central Asian Countries. He made this statement on May 13, 2019.
Detractors have labeled the CPEC as a dangerous ‘debt trap’ but in reality a $5.9bn loan payable over a long period of time is of little consequence to the Pakistani economy, senior economics have claimed.
The same is being negatively disseminated of the Chinese assistances that are yet to approach Nepal through the BRI projects. Some sort of misleading campaign has been initiated by some interested quarters so that the Nepali population finally rejects the Chinese assistance.
The idea is to distance China from entering Nepal with mega projects. The Indian brain can’t be ruled out as is customary.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), as part of the Belt and Road Initiative, has been making remarkable progress, yet some countries and observers are trying to belittle its enormous potential benefits by labeling it a “debt trap”.
Bad mouthing is a habit of those who are jealous. And who is jealous needs not be explained.
Since the CPEC is entering its next phase of development, those opposed to it are trying to impede its progress using a two-pronged strategy: deceiving the public by misquoting the CPEC’s financial figures and achievements in the media; and raising the specter of past militancy in Pakistan to mislead investors into believing the country is still a volatile investment destination, so writes Yasir Masood in one of his fresh article dated 23 April last month.
In the meantime, the technical teams from Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund are learnt to have reached agreement on a new three-year, $6 billion bailout package, Pakistani Finance Minister Hafeez Shaikh said on May 12, 2019.
Speaking on PTV television, he said the staff level agreement, which must still be approved by the IMF board of directors in Washington, would show that effective reforms were underway in Pakistan.
For the Road: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli who visited Viet Nam from May 9 to May 13, at the official invitation of Viet Namese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúch, said his visit was successful and beneficial, writes the Himalayan Times, an English daily dated May 13, 2119.
The prime minister briefly talked to Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) representative on the outcome of his visit.
He said his visit attached two important aspects: firstly, the official part from government and secondly, it was crucial opportunity to inform global community about Buddha’s teaching and ideals and its relevance in today’s world amidst a gathering of representatives from 112 countries, the daily adds. That’s all.

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