Saturday, January 7, 2017

Please Dispose of Trash Properly!

Somebody should remind our Urban Development Minister Arjun uncle that it is not right to chew tobacco inside the House and then spit it out on your hands and then dispose it by throwing it under the chair. 

First of all, chewing tobacco is bad for one's health. I think our Health Minister Gagan Thapa should kindly request his father-in-law to quit such bad habit. Yes, print out all the negative effects of chewing tobacco from the net and submit it Arjun uncle! 

But of course, our netas do not have the habit of looking at important files that matter. He will probably dispose it under the table or out the window whichever he finds convenient.

Second, if you have to dispose the tobacco, it is much better to use a handkerchief or a napkin to collect your mess and find the nearest trash can to dispose the stuff.  But then who wants to stain one's handkerchief because it must have earlier been used to wipe one's nose. And to walk around to find the nearest trash can is a waste of time for our netas who are busy figuring out how to divide this country and destroy our social harmony. 

I hope Arjun uncle has not set a bad example to the rest of the clowns in the House because one day, some other jerk might just use a water bottle to finish his business because he is just too lazy to walk to the nearest restroom. 

I think our government should provide at least one trash can and a box of napkins to each Consitpated Assembly (CA) members when they are inside the House. And don't forget to bolt the trash can and the napkin holders as well or our lawmakers might take them home and ask for another every other day. 

Yes, our lawmakers think that they are entitled to many gift hampers from the State and only find common ground when it's time to raise their paychecks and perks.

It seems that our  netas maybe great at giving speeches that go nowhere but fail miserably when it comes to social etiquettes.  In other countries, the politician would apologize for such juvenile act and even disappear from the political scene but in our beautiful land, our netas are not ashamed of anything. 

We should not be so harsh on Arjun uncle. He didn't break any chairs, sofa or tables like some of our other wrestlers turned lawmakers. But improper disposal of trash leads to pollution, foul odor and what not.  If you see a guy who is walking around chewing tobacco and spitting the mess out on the street, you can no longer scold him for doing such natak. He might just tell you that if a minister can do it then why can't he?

Our netas are not role models.  Nobody dreams of becoming a  Oli, Prachanda or Deuba (OPD). If you find a person who dreams of becoming like the current clowns we have then he can't be treated at the out-patient department of Teaching Hospital. 

He needs help from a psychiatrist and such person should be provided counseling and care at a mental health institute for years so that he can turn out to be a hardworking, honest citizen of this land instead of being a lazy bum who only dream of looting the state treasury and the people as well.

Let us all thank our United Mundrey Leaders (UML) and our other opposition wallahs for organizing motorcycle rallies and disturbing the capital on a Friday by their nataks. 

It seems that our political parties when out of power need to show their strength to the ruling clowns by disrupting traffic and making our lives miserable by their bandas and chakka jams! And then they tell us that they are doing it all for the people and we must all celebrate their nataks as it is a historic moment for the country. 

When our political parties are in power, they do nothing except figure out how to promote their own mancheys and extort from everyone. When they are out of power, they take to the streets and blame the ruling clowns for doing the same thing they did when they had the kurchi!

The day will be historic when we all stand up and tell our netas that we are all tired of the bandas, chakka jams and their effort to bring our life to a standstill by creating chaos in our neighborhood. We must find a way to round up the trash that is taking our country down the drain and dispose it properly so that we can have our country back! 

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