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On Monday, Nepal saw yet another banda called by the FNCCI. Visiting their homepage, you will see their vision, objectives and mission are well defined, but how well are they following them?

The FNCCI is supposed to lead Nepal towards economic growth. We have already suffered due to the conflict and political instability. Nationwide and regional bandas have crippled the economy. Despite all that, the FNCCI, the so-called guardian of all Nepali businesses and economic institutions, called for a closure.

The president must be aware that one banda day incurs a huge loss in national economic growth. I wonder how he would react to a strike in his own Momento Apparels?

Sometimes the Maoists are on strike, at others it is the political parties or student wings or temporary teachers and doctors, the list goes on. Isn't this a serious abuse that human rights organisations should look into?

Pravesh Saria,
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LATEST ISSUE
638
(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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