From The Nepali Press
Rajparishad lifetime member Bhadrakumari Ghale in Gorkhapatra, 26 December
FROM ISSUE #279 (30 DEC 2005 - 05 JAN 2006) | TABLE OF CONTENTS
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History has shown that bad days do not last forever. The night may be long but daylight will certainly break. All we need now is patience, everything will be fine when the day dawns. Truth will prevail and those who will be judged right by the people will remain and those who will not shall no longer exist. Elusive, incorrect and anti-people activities will not be sustainable. Ours is a culture that has witnessed practices like self-immolation and compared to such incidents what is happening in the country now is nothing. Our past has taught us to be patient and hopeful for the future. We are of the society that sees god even inside rocks. That is why we need not panic. Whatever problems we have now will gradually be solved. No one should doubt that. Peace is what everyone wants today. National agencies have been mobilised to restore peace permanently. Now is the time for everyone to help re-establish peace by actively taking part in elections. This is something the political parties should understand. The Maoists should stop being adamant and join peaceful mainstream politics. There is space for every Nepali when there is a king. That space is constitutional monarchy and multiparty democracy.