so the counting began. the first box said 279 votes on it and when counted it appears 250 votes for gagan and 150 votes for others. can someone explain how 121 more votes were inserted in the box? and every hour till now 8 boxes were opened and each of this boxes have more than 150 votes than mentioned atop. a protest started and now the counting has stopped. congress puppy gagan thapa has shown the corrupt culture he and similat others have been groomed in. even president ram baran yadav’s son captured 2 booths in dhanusha and changed entire boxes …. way to go congress.
same culture of bihari politics is shown by the maoists and communists in many areas ….
what excellent lesson we teach the next generation
thats the way it should be, isn’t it?
am i a uml supporter?
am i a maoist goon?
am i a bibeksheel nepali?
you are rpp, aren’t u?
so who am i and why narahari will lose?
good question, think within yourself , you will get the answer
a nepali voter is not merely a propoganda follower anymore, a nepali voter has a right to self determination
so u suport monarchy?
why would i? why want nirmal and paras on the loose again? the root has been cut off …
am i baidya baa himself?
good question. what an analytic thought process you have, bravo! but, no, baidya should be stoned to death
bibeksheel nepali seems to have taken kathmandu #1 and #4 by storm, voters from many booths openly declaring they voted for the dog and many are posting the same on their facebook and twitter
terrorist v terrorist slapper. prachanda ko sthiti naajuk. baburam ra baidya ko gathabandan ko suiko paaiyo
“Dog-whistle politics is political messaging employing coded language that appears to mean one thing to the general population but has an additional, different or more specific resonance for a targeted subgroup. The phrase is only ever used as a pejorative, because of the inherently deceptive nature of the practice and because the dog-whistle messages are frequently themselves distasteful, for example by empathising with racist or revolutionary attitudes. It is an analogy to dog whistles, which are built in such a way that their high-frequency whistle is heard by dogs, but is inaudible to humans.” – Wiki via Google