NMDC’s 91st Training in Ramechhap

 

Training on Reporting Disaster and Reconstruction

07-10 January 2016, Ramechhap 

National Media Development Center (NMDC) organized its DAP of the Australian Embassy supported second four days journalism training on Reporting Disaster & Reconstruction from 07- 10 January 2016, at Manthali, Ramechhap. This was NMDC’s 91st journalism training organized for the second time in Ramechhap.

IMG_4497 note takingIn the training, there were 19 energetic and young working journalists including 10 female participants from different media outlets. Most of the participants were from FM radio stations although there are two daily newspapers and 7 weeklies. They themselves are also involved in both print and radio media. Reporters who actively participated in the training had gained both theoretical as well as practical reporting skill on the theme of “Disaster and Reconstruction”. The participant reporters were from Ramechhap and Solukhumbu districts. Participants invited from Sindhuli and Okhaldhunga districts were unable to participate (FNJ of respective districts had informed). Among the participants, they were 1 from print, 14 from FM radio, and 4 were FNJ Ramechhap members.

IMG_4406 Inauguration by Amb and CDOAs per the policy of NMDC, two special inaugural and concluding sessions were organized. HE Glenn White, the Australian Ambassador to Nepal and Shesh Narayan Poudel, Chief District Officer of Ramechhap district had inaugurated the four days training, by lightening two candles. Similarly, Dinesh Raj Pant, LDO, Ramechhap had distributed participation certificates to the journalists at the end of the session.

Australian Ambassador to Nepal, HE Glenn White inaugurating the four days training said, “The role and responsibility of a journalists and diplomat are similar because both of them collect information from different sources and inform respectively. Only the thing is that a diplomat collects information and provides report to the respective government. And, the government provides the information to its people through media. Both information collected by the journalists and diplomat should be true, they should be based on facts, and should be verified by sources.”

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Recalling the Nepal earthquake, he said that he had informed to his government in Australia collecting information from Nepal. And, on the basis of the information, the Australian government had informed to the citizen of Australia and had provided support to the people of Nepal. He further said, the support of the Australian government was based on the information provided from the Embassy.

Inspiring the young journalists he said, ‘Journalist’s duty is to give correct and true information to the people so that the people can decide’.

His Excellency further said, ‘ Journalists should not always be negative, they should give priority for their responsibility’.IMG_4433 Amb add

Addressing the session CDO Poudel said, ‘ The task of reconstruction is a massive work. In this phase from ordinary people to government are massively involved. Journalists should try to be professional in reporting.  Journalists should give information of both the government and the people’.

In the four days sessions, reporters had gained theoretical knowledge about the emergency journalism: its highlights; implications,  disaster reporting: its objectives, audience, style, linkage with journalistic norms of presenting stories for mass media, online, social media, verification of sources, facts,

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dealing with authorities during disaster and handling social media information. Other topics included were: cases of disaster reporting, policies of the government, what the journalists should do and what not during disaster reporting? What are the challenges to the journalists while reporting on disaster? Focuses was given on enhancing reporters’ listening, writing, presenting skills.

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They were involved in presenting, writing and listening exercises. Trainers had given cases of the disaster on death, damaged historical sites during the earthquake. The participants had written the news on the basic of given information. Later, trainer had provided feedback on their work.

They also learned their role, role of news-desk, disaster preparedness at district level, tools for disaster: breaking news, follow-up news, news digest; public opinion; running story etc. Participants were encouraged to prepare disaster map of the district and write stories continuously to inform the public as well as concerned authorities. The effort of media builds awareness about possible disaster to the general people and the authorities and helps save them.IMG_4445 Jero and Radhika

After the training, around 70 percent participants had developed ‘Individual Work-plan’ for post training reporting. They have identified 28 disaster and reconstruction related issues for the reporting. NMDC has promised to make necessary follow-up, guidance if necessary and feedback on training outcome after reviewing their work.

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Trainers Prof. R.K. Regmee, Shreeram Singh Basnet, had facilitated the training. NMDC as per its planning had also hired local resource persons from office of DDC, FNJ and Nepal Red Cross Society district branch.

FNJ President of Ramechhap branch Ramesh Dhungel had Chaired both sessions. Senior journalists, former Presidents of FNJ, reporters of national media working in Ramechhap were present at both sessions. Similarly, Krishna Bahadur Karki, Program and Research Officer of the Australian Embassy was present at the inaugural session.

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On behalf of NMDC, FNJ and the Australian Embassy, Mr. Bishnu P Sharma (Executive Director, NMDC) welcoming the participants and guests had highlighted the theme, contents and methodology of the four days training. He also had thanked to the Embassy and FNJ for their effortful and valuable contribution to make the program happen.

In total, 2218 (963 female) participants have participated in the training of NMDC including NMDC’s this 91st training organized in Ramechhap.

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The major achievements of the training are as follows:

  • Participants identified 28 disaster and reconstruction related issues and placed them under their Individual Work Plan (issues are given in the detail report).
  • 19 young journalists including 10 women became able to search and identify disaster and reconstruction related issues and write them continuously following learned guidelines and tools, and
  • Confidence on writing news on disaster and reconstruction related issues developed.
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NMDC’s 89th Training on: Reporting Disaster & Reconstruction

Summary: Training on Reporting Disaster and Reconstruction

01-04 December 2015 ( 15 – 18 Mangsir 2072), Bhaktapur DAP/NMDC

National Media Development Center (NMDC) organized four days journalism training on Reporting Disaster & Reconstruction from 1- 4 December 2015, in Bhaktapur. DAP 2015-2016 of the Australian Embassy had supported the program. This was NMDC’s 89th journalism training.

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HE Mr.Glenn White, Australian Ambassador to Nepal addressing the session

In the training, there were 20 energetic and young working journalists including 16 girls from different media outlets. All reporters actively participated in the training and gained both theoretical as well as practical reporting skill on the theme of “Disaster and Reconstruction”. The participant reporters were from Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Rasuwa and Dhading districts. They were 9 from print, 6 from FM radio, 1 from TV, 1 from News Agency and 3 were journalism students.

Special two inaugural and concluding sessions were also organized. Chief District Officer Toyam Ray had inaugurated the four days training on the first day. Similarly, HE Glenn White, the Australian Ambassador to Nepal had distributed participation certificates to the journalists at the end of the session.

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Trainees with HE Glenn White & Trainer R.K. Regmee

Australian Ambassador to Nepal, HE Gleen White distributing certificates to the participants said, ‘Journalists should be accountable and they should work being on the top position. Their duty is to provide accurate information to the people rather than to create hope for them.” Encouraging the journalists, he remarked that it is always easier to write bad stories and bad things but to write the best story is always hard. Ambassador expressed his happiness for being able to be a part to enhance reporting skill of the young reporters on the most relevant issue of the nation.

Addressing the inaugural session, CDO Ray said, ‘ The responsibility of the journalists during disaster is higher. We need to provide high value to journalists as they write sufferers’ story without writing their own story though they themselves being sufferers. That is big contribution to the society’.

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Participants in the classroom

In the four days sessions, reporters had gained theoretical knowledge about the emergency journalism: its highlights; implications,  disaster reporting: its objectives, audience, style, linkage with journalistic norms of presenting stories for mass media, online, social media, verification of sources, facts, dealing with authorities during disaster and handling social media information. Other topics included were: cases of disaster reporting, policies of the government, what the journalists should do and what not during disaster reporting? What are the challenges to the journalists while reporting on disaster? Making capable to reporters on the use of multimedia.

They were involved in presenting, writing and listening exercises and photography. Trainers had given cases of the disaster on flood, damaged historical sites, and lost villages during the earthquake. The participants had written the news on the basic of given information. Later, trainer had provided feedback on their work.

They also learned their role, role of news-desk, disaster preparedness at district level, tools for disaster: breaking news, follow-up news, news digest; public opinion; running story etc. Participants were encouraged to prepare disaster map of the district and write stories continuously to inform the public as well as concerned authorities. The effort of media builds awareness about possible disaster to the general people and the authorities and helps save them.

After the training, all participants had developed ‘Individual Work-plan’ for post training reporting. They have identified around 40 disaster and reconstruction related issues for the reporting. NMDC has promised to make necessary follow-up, guidance if necessary and feedback on training outcome after reviewing their work.

Trainers Prof. R.K. Regmee, Shreeram Singh Basnet, Badri Tiwari  had facilitated the training. NMDC as per its planning had also hired local resource persons from office of District Administration and Nepal Red Cross Society.

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HE distributing certificate to trainees

FNJ President of Bhaktapur branch Amar Bhuju had chaired both sessions. Vice President of FNJ Bhaktapur Som Sharma had welcomed and Jagat Prajapti had run the special sessions. Senior journalists, reporters of national media working in Bhaktapur were present at both sessions. Similarly, Krishna Bahadur Karki , Program and Research Officer of the Australian Embassy was present at the closing session.

On behalf of NMDC, FNJ and the Australian Embassy, Mr. Bishnu P Sharma (Executive Director, NMDC) welcoming the participants and guests had highlighted the theme, contents and methodology of the four days training. Mr. Sharma had coordinated whole four day sessions.

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Participants

In total, 2176 (941 female) participants have participated in the training of NMDC including NMDC’s this 89th training organized in Bhaktapur.

Major Achievements of the training:   The major achievements of the training are as follows:

  • Participants identified 40 disaster and reconstruction related issues and placed them under their Individual Work Plan ( issues are given in the detail report).
  • 20 young journalists including 16 women became able to dig out disaster and reconstruction related issues and write them continuously following learned guidelines and tools,
  • Confidence on writing news on disaster and reconstruction related issues developed,
  • Reporters visualized about the role and responsibility of journalists in disaster reporting,
  • Need to make disaster map of the district for continuous reporting identified,
  • Journalists learned the skill of photography
  • Presentations, writing and listening skills heightened their confidence level. bishnu.nmdc@gmail.com

‘नेपाल’लाई झुक्न म दिने छैन

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सैतान् बनि कोपर्न मलाई नखोज

काचुली  तिम्रा ह्रिम्सक्  नङ्ग्राहरुले ,

कलुशीत्  नजरले घोच्न नखोज

फुटेका तिम्रा नयनका नानीहरुले ।

चिमोटेर  मलाई खान्छौ  कति

ग्रिस्मको हिऊ म कँहा  हुँ र,

सताएर् मलाई लुट्छौ कति

पछ्यौरी मलमलको म कँहा  हुँ र।

होला परिबर्तन् भुगोल् प्रलयमा

हिउ हिमालमा सुक्ने छैन

‘नेपाल’लाई तिमीले ‘नेपाल’ नभने पनि

‘नेपाल’लाई झुक्न म दिने छैन् ।

बिश्णुप्रसाद् शर्मा पराजुली  , २०७२ मङ्सिर ४ गते

 

 

एक् अगालो स्वाभिमानका लागि एक् मुठी दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

 

 

मन् कटक्क् दुखेको छ्

छाती  भतभत पोलेको छ्

अनुहार् भरी आक्रोश् छचल्किएको  छ्

दारा जती किटे पनि मलाई थाह् छ्

मेरो कम्पनले मलाई बाहेक् अरुलाई खान सक्दैन् ।

मैले , नया नेपालको आगनमा घन्टौ उभिएर्

एक् मुठी  दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

भुकम्पले भत्काएर् शिर्  झुकाएको जयबागेस्वोरीको  गजुर् ले

आफुले ओढेको  च्यातिएको  प्लास्टिकको झुत्रोबाट

करुण् नयनले हेरिरहेछ् ,

आन्दोलनमा  उफ्रने , भुकम्प्मा  पुरिने, नाकाबन्दीको मेसिनमा  पिसिने

म जस्ता टुहुरा स्वाभिमानीहरुलाई ।

उता उ भत्केको छ् ,

एता भत्केको म, नाकाबन्दी ले फेरी जीर्ण् भएको  छु

मन् लाई भत्किन नदिन एक् मुठी दाउरा खोजिरहेको छु

मलाई थाह् छैन त्यो दाउराले मेरो चुलो बाल्छ्  कि

आर्यघाटमा मलाई जलाउन साथ् दिन्छ ।

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देखेको छु, सबै खाले ठुलाठालुका  घर् अनि गोठ्मा

ग्यास् , पेट्रोल , डिजेल् पुग्छ

अक्सिजन्का  सीलिन्डर् र औषधि

लाचार् छायाहरु मर्छन् कि भनेर आगनमा थुपारीएका छन  ।

तर् म भने , एक् मुठी दाउरासँगै एक् अगालो स्वाभिमान् बचाउन सक्छु कि भनेर

जयबागेस्वोरी मन्दिर् अगाडिको कुनामा  लामबद्द् छु,

जुक्दिन भनेर लम्पसार पर्ने लाचार् छायाहरुलाई मैले चिनेको छु

तर् पनि म निरन्तरर् लामबद्द् छु युगौदेखि ।

मेरो अघिल्तिर पशुपतीको साढे छ् ,

उस्ले पनि महाभुकम्प , नाकाबन्दी, र नया नेपाल् हेरी रहेछ,

घरी घरी म जस्तै आक्रोशित् हुन् खोज्छ

मैले  बिद्रोहको आवाज् ओकल्न सक्छु

तर् उ त्यति  पनि सक्दैन,

मन् भित्रै हाम्रा जस्तै आक्रोश् थुपारेर्

उ धेरै भुकम्प , नाकाबन्दी, र नया नेपाल् बोकिरहेछ्

भुकम्पले पुरिएका ,  नाकाबन्दीले चिथोरिएका क्रन्दन् सुनिरहेछ्

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म पनि,

एक् अगालो स्वाभिमानका  लागि एक् मुठी दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

निरन्तर निरन्तर युगौ देखि ।२०७२ मङ्सिर २ गते

NMDC’s 88th Training: Local Reporters Inspired

Summary Progress Report

Training on:

Reporting Disaster & Reconstruction

4 – 8 November 2015 (18 – 22 Kattik 2072)

National Media Development Center (NMDC) organized five days journalism training on Reporting Disaster & Reconstruction in in Nuwakot supported by the U.S. Embassy Kathmandu. Seventeen-17 young working reporters including 14 girls actively participated in training and gained reporting skill on the theme of disaster and reconstruction. Two of the girls were from Rasuwa district. All participant reporters were from FM radio stations, daily and weekly newspapers and local Trishuli TV Channel.

In the five days sessions, they had gained theoretical knowledge about basic reporting tools of journalism including news, elements of news, sources of news and basic knowledge of disaster, pre-disaster, during disaster, post disaster and reconstruction reporting. In the training technical idea about multimedia use was also discussed and practiced. Other topics included were: policies of the government, what the journalists should do and what not during disaster reporting? What are the challenges to the journalists while reporting on disaster? Do the reporters have basic knowledge on the use of multimedia?

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In this training, they also gained practical skill on photography and video. They engaged actively in practical sessions. The sessions mainly were- presentation, group field reporting, discussions on several issues, presentations on different topics, writing news on disaster and rebuilding, issue identification, sketching maps, visit Google mapmaker,  photography, and taking video clips for the preparation of news stories.

Group work, field reporting, news writing, issue identification and Google map and photography were important practical sessions of the training.

The participants of Nuwakot were relatively unaware of the google map as they had not used frequently, so the session had become interesting for them. For all participants, the training became inspiring to sharpen their reporting skill.  At the end of the five days training, they had become confidence to prepare a good news in different topics. They became able to identify several post disaster issues that were not raised before. The field reporting assignment encouraged them that ‘reporting should be based on facts.’  Four groups had presented their stories on four different themes.

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The topics were:

Group Name of Participants Topic
A. Nawaraj Subedi, Gopiram Adhikari, Anita Adhikari,       Lalita Khati Krishna Khadka Situation of victims after disaster

 

B. Saraswati Neupane, Pabina Shyangba, Shakti Maya Tamang, Rina Khanal Physical situation of school building of Bidur
C. Rupa Aryal, Samjhana Upreti, Purnima Shyangba, Kamala Magarati Encroachment of public land by the victims

 

D. Hari Bogati, Jamuna Gajurel, Alisha Ale Magar, Kopila Tamang Post disaster health situation in Nuwakot district

Other issues they had identified during training sessions were:

  1. Encroachment of forest in the district after disaster,
  2. Problem in recognizing of real victims in relief distribution
  3. Rising pain of victims during festivals
  4. Reconstruction work in shadow
  5. No distribution of committed relief amount by the government
  6. No attention to renovate historical sites of the districts
  7. Policy of the government to build new  public buildings not declared
  8. Technical study of the suspension bridges in the districts
  9. Unequal distribution of relief
  10. Lack of food and shelter to pregnant women
  11. No relief distribution in the remote villages of the district
  12. Security of children and women
  13. Lack of drinking water-Rasuwa

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Victims of remote villages of Rasuwa have not received relief. Situation of women, old aged people and children-Rasuwa

  1. Reconstruction work in Rasuwa not started
  2. Bad condition of health service in the district-Rasuwa
  3. Education of children in remote villages of Rasuwa
  4. No room/place to store harvested paddy both in Rasuwa and Nuwakot

Achievements:

What the participants learned from the five days training?

  • “I learned that we should practice journalism following basic tools of journalism. Before this, we were doing journalism without knowing basic journalistic skills. This training encouraged me to do professional journalism,” Hari Bogati
  • ‘We learned how to take photo, how to put heading of news and code of conduct for journalists’ Lalita Khati.
  • ‘Training encouraged me to be responsible journalist’- Ram Krishna Khadka
  • ‘This training provided me clear idea about the role of journalists whether it may be in disaster reporting or in other reporting’ Pabina Syangba
  • I learned different ideas to write news during disaster-Anita Adhikari

Brief inaugural and closing sessions were held in the first and last day of the training. Chief District Officer Umesh Prasad Dhakal had inaugurated the five days training. At both sessions, senior journalists of the districts, Chief of different media houses were present.

OIMG_3507 group giscussionn behalf of NMDC, FNJ and the U.S. Embassy, Mr. Bishnu P Sharma (Executive Director, NMDC) had welcomed the participants and guests and had highlighted the theme, contents and methodology of the five days training. President of FNJ Nuwakot Prakash Adhikari had chaired both sessions. He also distributed the participation certificates. At the end of the session, Executive Director had thanked U.S. Embassy Kathmandu for their support and FNJ Nuwakot for their coordination.

IMG_3660In the training, Trainer Laxman Adhikari, and trainer Sujit Kayastha had facilitated in five  day’s sessions. Narayan Prasad Risal, LDO of Nuwakot and Bishnu P Sharma of NMDC had also presented in the training.

It was the third training of the year 2014-2015 (Fifth Phase) focused on disaster reporting and reconstruction organized in association with the U.S. Embassy, Kathmandu. First training was organized in Dadhing whereas the second was organized in Kavrepalanchowk in Sept. 2015.

In first phase 2010-2011, NMDC had organized trainings in Doti, Parbat, Dolakha, and Panchthar districts focusing to women journalists. Similarly, in second phase year 2011-2012 remote districts such as Humla, Gulmi and Rasuwa were covered.

And, in third phase 2012-2013 trainings were conducted in Rolpa, Dolpa and Bhojpur. Districts Udayapur, Jumla and Salyan were selected for 2013-14. NMDC is the pioneer media training organization of Nepal. Training organized in Nuwakot was the 88th training organized in 66th out of 75 district of Nepal. In total, 2156 (925 female) participants have participated in the training of NMDC including Nuwakot.

एक् अगालो स्वाभिमानका लागि एक् मुठी दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

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मन् कटक्क् दुखेको छ्

छाती  भतभत पोलेको छ्

अनुहार् भरी आक्रोश् छचल्किएको  छ्

दारा जती किटे पनि मलाई थाह् छ्

मेरो कम्पनले मलाई बाहेक् अरुलाई खान सक्दैन् ।

मैले , नया नेपालको आगनमा घन्टौ उभिएर्

एक् मुठी  दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

भुकम्पले भत्काएर् शिर्  झुकाएको जयबागेस्वोरीको  गजुर् ले

आफुले ओढेको  च्यातिएको  प्लास्टिकको झुत्रोबाट

करुण् नयनले हेरिरहेछ् ,

आन्दोलनमा  उफ्रने , भुकम्प्मा  पुरिने, नाकाबन्दीको मेसिनमा  पिसिने

म जस्ता टुहुरा स्वाभिमानीहरुलाई ।

उता उ भत्केको छ् ,

एता भत्केको म, नाकाबन्दी ले फेरी जीर्ण् भएको  छु

मन् लाई भत्किन नदिन एक् मुठी दाउरा खोजिरहेको छु

मलाई थाह् छैन त्यो दाउराले मेरो चुलो बाल्छ्  कि

आर्यघाटमा मलाई जलाउन साथ् दिन्छ ।

देखेको छु, सबै खाले ठुलाठालुका  घर् अनि गोठ्मा

ग्यास् , पेट्रोल , डिजेल् पुग्छ

अक्सिजन्का  सीलिन्डर् र औषधि

लाचार् छायाहरु मर्छन् कि भनेर आगनमा थुपारीएका छन  ।

तर् म भने , एक् मुठी दाउरासँगै एक् अगालो स्वाभिमान् बचाउन सक्छु कि भनेर

जयबागेस्वोरी मन्दिर् अगाडिको कुनामा  लामबद्द् छु,

जुक्दिन भनेर लम्पसार पर्ने लाचार् छायाहरुलाई मैले चिनेको छु

तर् पनि म…

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एक् अगालो स्वाभिमानका लागि एक् मुठी दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

 

 

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मन् कटक्क् दुखेको छ्

छाती  भतभत पोलेको छ्

अनुहार् भरी आक्रोश् छचल्किएको  छ्

दारा जती किटे पनि मलाई थाह् छ्

मेरो कम्पनले मलाई बाहेक् अरुलाई खान सक्दैन् ।

मैले , नया नेपालको आगनमा घन्टौ उभिएर्

एक् मुठी  दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

भुकम्पले भत्काएर् शिर्  झुकाएको जयबागेस्वोरीको  गजुर् ले

आफुले ओढेको  च्यातिएको  प्लास्टिकको झुत्रोबाट

करुण् नयनले हेरिरहेछ् ,

आन्दोलनमा  उफ्रने , भुकम्प्मा  पुरिने, नाकाबन्दीको मेसिनमा  पिसिने

म जस्ता टुहुरा स्वाभिमानीहरुलाई ।

उता उ भत्केको छ् ,

एता भत्केको म, नाकाबन्दी ले फेरी जीर्ण् भएको  छु

मन् लाई भत्किन नदिन एक् मुठी दाउरा खोजिरहेको छु

मलाई थाह् छैन त्यो दाउराले मेरो चुलो बाल्छ्  कि

आर्यघाटमा मलाई जलाउन साथ् दिन्छ ।

देखेको छु, सबै खाले ठुलाठालुका  घर् अनि गोठ्मा

ग्यास् , पेट्रोल , डिजेल् पुग्छ

अक्सिजन्का  सीलिन्डर् र औषधि

लाचार् छायाहरु मर्छन् कि भनेर आगनमा थुपारीएका छन  ।

तर् म भने , एक् मुठी दाउरासँगै एक् अगालो स्वाभिमान् बचाउन सक्छु कि भनेर

जयबागेस्वोरी मन्दिर् अगाडिको कुनामा  लामबद्द् छु,

जुक्दिन भनेर लम्पसार पर्ने लाचार् छायाहरुलाई मैले चिनेको छु

तर् पनि म निरन्तरर् लामबद्द् छु युगौदेखि ।DSCN7992 Jayabageshowri Temple at Gaushala

मेरो अघिल्तिर पशुपतीको साढे छ् ,

उस्ले पनि महाभुकम्प , नाकाबन्दी, र नया नेपाल् हेरी रहेछ,

घरी घरी म जस्तै आक्रोशित् हुन् खोज्छ

मैले  बिद्रोहको आवाज् ओकल्न सक्छु

तर् उ त्यति  पनि सक्दैन,

मन् भित्रै हाम्रा जस्तै आक्रोश् थुपारेर्

उ धेरै भुकम्प , नाकाबन्दी, र नया नेपाल् बोकिरहेछ्

भुकम्पले पुरिएका ,  नाकाबन्दीले चिथोरिएका क्रन्दन् सुनिरहेछ्

निरन्तर निरन्तर।

म पनि,

एक् अगालो स्वाभिमानका  लागि एक् मुठी दाउरा कुरिरहेको छु

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