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Former King expresses utter dissatisfaction on present situation

By Our Reporter
Former King Gyanendra has expressed utter dissatisfaction on the present state of the nation.
In a message issued on the occasion of the 69th National Democracy Day on 19 February, the former King has stated that democracy is the system where each and every people should be adjusted. Democracy cannot be flourished unless a nation cannot be the center-point of all kind of beliefs, he has said and added, democracy is the main instrument for securing people’s welfare, security and development.
The former King has said that in the process of travelling in the country, we have been informed that the citizens have not been able to experience such type of democracy. It is not good having frustration among the citizens for a long time against different organs of the state.
Citing on increasing level of frustration among the people, increasing trend of youths leaving the country, existing inferiority complex among the people, he has said that these are the examples that the nation is becoming weak day by day.
Demise of the principle of separation of power from the state system and existing lawlessness situation will obviously invite a horrible situation.
Finally, the former King has recalled the contribution of his grandfather King Tribhuvan and others who sacrificed for the cause of democracy.

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