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October 31, Bhutanese Refugees. After the political situation of the Bhutan had been getting worst; Nepalese Bhutanese slowly protested over Bhutan government to get their right, ethnicity, social value, traits, and norms back.
But, unfortunately after fighting for probably more than four years, Nepalese Bhutanese lost their social, political, economic and sociocultural rights. Many people were killed and wounded during the battle.
United Nation High Commission for Refugees accepted all Refugees and started to provide basic needs like food, clothes, plastic, bamboos etc. Bhutan is a small country which is bordered with India and China. Since, it lies in between two big countries; India occupied most of the land from Bhutan and had been supporting and partly ruling it.
The majority of Chinese ancestry occupied and formed the county Bhutan. In seventeenth century, Head of the Ministers, Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal from Thimphu Bhutan decided to share their free land with people in Nepal, and signed a treaty with Nepal government and brought first thirty families from Kathmandu valley capital city of Nepal.
He started Nepali life in Bhutan along with native Bhutanese. Nepali had full rights to run their life according to their cultural and religious beliefs. Nepali felt Bhutan as Nepal since they were freed to do whatsoever. During the period of Ugyen Wangchuck, the first kind of the Bhutan, Nepali who lived in the village and remote areas did not have enough lands to survive and fulfill their basic needs like food, clothes, and shelter in Nepal.
These people again moved to Bhutan to get the free land. My great-great grandfather was born in Nepal, since he had five sons, he moved to Bhutan with the rumors of getting free land. After few years he got married with a girl and he had four more sons.
My great grandfather was one of those. Nepalese Bhutanese life did not last more than four or five generations in Bhutan. When the late king Jigme Sigme Wangchuck fourth king of Bhutan started to rule the country; all the social, political, and socio-economical statuses of Nepalese Bhutanese started to extinct.
Nepali Bhutanese were not allowed to participate in any of their cultural programs like Dasara, Diwali, Chut, and Teej. Since the national religion of Bhutan is Buddhism, Government forced Nepali Hindu to change even their religion.
Nepali books from schools and colleges were denied to teach. After about four years of battle between Bhutanese government and Nepali people; Finally, Nepali people gave up and stopped the battle. Since the battle was completely stopped, Bhutanese government went even worst.
Government started to conquered Nepali for no reason and put them in the jail.political commentators believe that traditional societies are being transformed into modern societies with traditional features destined for oblivion.
Problems encountered are assumed to . Tag Archives: current political situation of nepal Nepal: Still in Political Deadlock Author: Parveen Kaswan (Profile) In a year-old insurgency successfully ended with the abolition of a year-old monarchy in Nepal. Nepal is a country of highly diverse and rich geography, culture, religions and political instability.
The mountainous north contains eight of the world’s ten highest . SITUATION OVERVIEW. The earthquake that occurred on 25 April ( magnitude) was followed by a series of aftershocks mostly to the east of the original epicentre causing further localised damage.
feudal system, unjust socio-political structure and political instability played a vital role for the emergence and accelerating of the conflict (). For a background, let us look at the Nepalese political history also in brief. Before you start reading further, please remember the following important mantra given by the Almighty UPSC: “The questions are likely to test the candidate’s basic understanding of all relevant issues, and ability to analyze, and take a view on conflicting socio‐ economic goals.