The decision from the Phewa shore: Let’s throw slightly, let’s get started anew


October 7, Pokhara.

By exploiting nature

Demolished structure of the earth

Is buying his own death

Capitalist profiteers.

While the poet Kalpana Chiluwal was reciting these lines of the poem, the eyes of the people were on Fewatal. On Saturday at Barahighat on the banks of the Phewa, poet Kalpana Chiluwal spoke out against the capitalist society that exploits nature through poetry.

Fewatal is not only being filled every year, it is also being encroached upon. While reciting a poem in which man is buying his own death by exploiting natural resources, Kalpana set fire to the innocent state power.

Poems were chanted against the exploitation of nature at Barahighat on Saturday. Voices were raised against the contracting of Phewa Michne and Seti river. The youth expressed their indignation against discrimination, exploitation, oppression and injustice.

Because of being a Dalit In Bhim Bahadur VishwakarmaVoices were heard seeking alternatives to the state and social system where people have to lose their lives. The youth called for revolt against all forms of discrimination. Voices of dissatisfaction erupted on Saturday, saying the state government did not treat all citizens equally.

A resistance awareness campaign has been started from Pokhara saying, “Let’s throw away a small policy, let’s start a new one.” The resistance group, which has been holding public pressure programs in Kathmandu, has started an awareness campaign by electing the leadership from Pokhara.

The youths who have started protesting saying that they are facing floods, forests and hills all over the country including Fewatal and Seti have also called for standing up against the oppression taking place in the country.

Under the leadership of Chairman Manoj Khatiwada and Secretary Anita Pandit, resistance cultural tours will now be held in different parts of the country. Sangeet Srota, a literary man who is organizing a resistance march across the country as a campaign, says, “The people are not going to be disappointed. There will be a debate for an improved system.

Singer Anjan Babu sang songs against inequality on the banks of the Phewa River. He questioned the state power.

By crossing the Chautari pond

By selling stones and clay

Where do you go, people?

Music listeners sang songs like ‘Chari Laija Samachar’ and ‘Hami Kohi Hoinai’. Susera Sangeet Manch and Sangam Sanskritik Manch Pokhara sang Jagran songs even in the rain.

At the beginning of the program, poet Vikas Rokamagar presented a poem and expressed his indignation over the discriminatory mentality and the mechanism that is indulging in it. Professor and poet Rajendra Poudel recited poems against exploitation of rivers, streams and ponds.

The youths who have started protesting saying that they are facing floods, forests and hills all over the country including Fewatal and Seti have also called for standing up against the oppression taking place in the country.

Engineers participated in the program with various pamphlets. Chairman of the Resistance Cultural Journey, Manoj Khatiwada, said that a campaign would be launched against the development model based on nature.

‘Seti is being exploited. As long as nature survives, people will survive. Therefore, we are conducting a campaign for the protection of nature. Resistance is a group of people who stand up against various forms of exploitation and oppression, ‘said Khatiwada.’ Bhim Bahadur Vishwakarma has been assassinated. A cultural campaign has now been launched against all forms of oppression and harassment.

He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was not the answer. “This system has imported 6.9 million youths abroad. This system is eroding the ancient settlement of Khokna. Khuwalung is bursting. The fishermen’s settlement is being razed. It is undermining the fundamental practice, it is attacking, ‘Khatiwada said,’ We stand against it. There is sexual violence against women, violence in the workplace and inequality in citizenship. We have to fight against it. ‘

Before announcing the resistance cultural journey, the engineers had been holding discussions and debates in Pokhara for two or four days. Discussing current ideas, principles, political system and its practice, they have also reviewed its alternatives.





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