It has been more than a decade since the 10-year civil war has ended, which was between the state and Maoist rebels. There was a load of conflicts created in those times, any number of people lost their lives in that period. Even after losing so much the political part was not able to have a stable base. Due to the illiterate and ignorant minds of the politicians, Nepal always had weak governance. The political parties which are known today are the communist party of Nepal, Maoists(CPN-M), the Unified Marxist Leninist, and the Nepali Congress.
Due to the reason in-country Nepal, the adverse effect of political instability has been growing and citizens are not even bothered about it. People do know how to complain about the situation but do not have enough courage to act towards the cause. There are many bigger names who ought to confront that the situation is gone weak but in reality, they are not.
Nepal is a country that is highly dependent on foreign aid. Mainly in the development sector. From the foreign aid when calculated, it makes up to about 60% of the government budget. And the rest of the share is taken away by the politicians. So there is no share left for development purposes.
If we are looking for a chance then every individual must take action, there is no such political party that would do any better for the country. Due to instability in the political case, there is not much job available, due to which many youths have to travel abroad for earning their living.
The analysis which is conducted by the government policies and all the other programs clearly shows that it has lack behind in protecting the rights. There are many policies that have been initiated for foreign employment but side by side have paid very little attention to providing the domestic services and necessary facilities. On an average basis, 1500 Nepalese are leaving the country in a day.
After a long time, there was a formation of a strong government which occurred after a long time of political instability. Nevertheless, the decision made by SC’s, the people living in Nepal is likely to see growth in the coming days. All we can do is hope and keep moving forward. It can be seen in a very slow manner but there is a bit of development which are carried out in the nation.
In a conclusion, taking the best among the worst decisions for the nation is to look for a straight-minded directive that beholds a free, loyal, fair, and sensible election.