A middleman-run ledger state system

‘Bukhyachas don’t have dreams, they just pretend to have dreams. They are hypocrites, so they crave ideas! Police, administration of Nepal is like a book, lifeless, void and meaningless. As the birds get excited when they see the book, the long sleeves of the shirt sway in the wind. Awadh birds are afraid of that noise. In the same way, Nepali people are afraid of shaking the police and administration’s books. And lifeless laughter laughs, with victory. But Bukhyacha has no shape of its own. He is looking for life in the shape that the owner has created himself. The owner also builds him sometimes full of tragedy, sometimes calm according to need and desire. The owner who runs the state needs a 24-hour ledger.’

This is the gist of the angry expression given by a Nepali citizen, who is struggling to provide his personal details and biometrics for citizenship, voter ID card, passport, national ID card, while wiping sweat in the long queue at the transport office to get a motorcycle license.

The dreams of building the country with their own hands, pen and faith have blossomed like beautiful flowers in the garden of every Nepali youth who entered as a national servant to serve the country. Efforts are being made to gradually make the country as beautiful and charming as the full moon from the moonless night. It is not that the dream of development has not been seen. It is not that nothing is happening in the country.

Why could not the expected development of the country? Why is public service delivery not people-friendly?

Making fun of the rule of law is the simple and easy answer. No matter how loud they talk, the existing democracy in Nepal has become like a bhakundo in the hands of a limited elite. Limited players make their own rules of the game, score their own goals, and win the game themselves. They keep the people in parafit by making them spectators. In the hot sun, an empty stomach is used for hooting.

Laws are made, applied to some, not applied to some, sometimes applied, sometimes not. Sometimes the implementation of the law is a trap. It is not known which unfortunate person will be struck by the law. Breaking the law is called behavior. An employee who says that the law must be followed literally, is considered an unreasonable and troublesome employee.

Dr. Dijon Bhattarai

One day, traders, lawyers, doctors, contractors, government employees, teachers, leaders were all gathered and gossiping in the tea shop. Everyone was worried about the country’s lack of expected development. Everyone was saying that nothing happens in this country. All thieves are thieves, no one cares about the country.

However, the trader was still making adulteration on the condition that he would make a profit. The doctor was enjoying himself in the clinic instead of going to the hospital because the salary was low. The lawyer was busy trying to find a way to get rid of the corrupt criminals for a large sum of money. The contractor had abandoned the structure he had undertaken to build. It was demanded that the government employees get their salary because of their attendance, but they need extra money to work. The work of the teacher’s party was not done, it had been fifteen days since he went to school. The leader was always in the circle of the commission.

I myself was the witness of all these incidents. But he was happy that he was worried about the country. All of them are corrupt but they dream of a beautiful Nepal. We are not ashamed to dream beautiful dreams with corruption in us. Perhaps the one among them who is not corrupt will immediately be marginalized by this system. Therefore, those who have maintained their existence in this system full of vicious cycle, they are corrupt in one way or another. Because it is a reality that honest people get marginalized in a system overshadowed by corruption. Therefore, everyone is competing against corruption to free themselves from marginalization.

The state system has been weakened. Cosmetic matters have been established with loud slogans. Army, police, administration, rule of law have been made a joke. There was hardly a bureaucracy so weak and full of inferiority in history. There is limited corrupt staff, police force. The tuzuk of those who are close to power is worth watching.

Here, 95 percent of the corrupt employees and police administration are also viewed on the same basis. There is a system of making people corrupt based on limited documents and evidence. The sacrifices and honesty he made throughout his life has no meaning. Corruption is not in the pages of paper, it is in the lifestyle of people. Therefore, the system of looking for corruption on paper should be ended because corrupt people know how to fix paper, honest people believe in work, not on paper.

Ideals, honesty, philosophy, ideas and faith have died in politics. It has been made a hated profession. It seems natural to forget the dreams of those leaders who rebelled with the dreams of democracy, peace and prosperity, suffered imprisonment, and had a clear history of sacrifice and sacrifice to gain power and power. Rice does not grow in sand. Similarly, this is what will happen in the capitalist system that we are developing in the name of democracy. Here, being able to rob in a white dress is considered greatness. Morals and ideals are mocked. Everything is bought and sold with money.

Most of the leaders are good, most of the police, army, administrators are good, but why are they accountants! The secretary of the ministry sings about how he can’t do anything. Who has stopped them from implementing the law?

The state system is run by a few limited traders. Formal power is seen in political leadership, police, administration, courts, but informal power is in the hands of businessmen. Officials of official power only have to do the correct printing. The country is falling into a vicious cycle of corruption due to the alliance of limited corrupt administrators, police, judges and corrupt businessmen.

Here ideal and honest leaders, administrators, policemen and judges are first deceived and intimidated. Even so, Galen is accused of being morally corrupt. Even the political leaders here seem to be caught in the vicious circle of this corrupt network of businessmen. Therefore, rather than building a system, it seems that they are trying to destroy the system in the name of behavior. No one is allowed to work here according to the law. Political party affiliation is also seen in appointments, transfers, promotions and occasions. When the head of the office is sent to each district, they are first asked who he is. Whose man is it that he is our man or not our man.

How will this system make the country, is the hope dead or is it just a wish! When you see the line to make a passport, you will be shocked. Most of the leaders are good, most of the police, army, administrators are good, but why are they accountants! The secretary of the ministry sings about how he can’t do anything. Who has stopped them from implementing the law? The ethics of the top leadership of political parties have not been questioned. But why is the system being corrupted? Who will correct this corrupt system?

What is the way forward?
First, the rule of law must be effectively implemented. Not only that, every citizen should feel that the law is effectively implemented. If the law is implemented effectively and impunity ends, then illegal activities and crimes will be negligible in Nepali society which has a structure of obedient character. But until now, the common people think that they are free from the penal system and are involved in illegal activities.

Every Nepali has love for his country. People have gone to the world of corruption because they are wrapped in the vicious circle system. No one wants to be corrupt and bad, so the first step to turn this vicious cycle of corruption around is effective implementation of the law and ending impunity.

Secondly, the political system should be cleaned. Political customs and culture based on ideas, beliefs, philosophy, ideals and ethics should be developed. Politics should be established as a social service, not a profession. The electoral system should be made scientific, transparent and less expensive. We must develop a system that brutally weakens the existing feudal culture and psychology. The realization of democracy should be at the people’s level.

Third, an integrated data and information system should be built. For this, an information and data storage center called Nepal Portal should be built for the government functions of the entire state of Nepal and all the data up to now should be linked to the same system and electronic governance should be converted into practice. A system should be developed to use the Nepal Portal to provide information and services to all the agencies of the Government of Nepal. Within a certain period of time, the system of dealing in cash should be ended and a system of dealing only through digital means should be developed. The system should be organized in such a way that the state should be able to get the information of every person with one click whenever it wants.

If the above-mentioned three tasks can be built in a systematic manner, it will have a multifaceted effect. This can eliminate most of the existing problems in the country and develop a prosperous democratic country based on good governance.

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