Thursday, November 22, 2007

State Terrorism

By Krishna Hari Pushkar
Berlin, Germany

Currently Nepal has been suffering with pathetic transitional crisis and ethno-regional insurgency. In the meantime, we got threshed by bonus terrorism in Nepal, named as administrative terrorism. This time principal actors are our cabinet and public service commission who are going ahead to add new style of terrorism in Nepal. Therefore, we Nepalese people have to involve ourselves directly in the counter attack to get rid of such administrative terrorism otherwise Nepalese administrative software mechanism /bureaucracy will collapse functionally and structurally very soon.

Pitch Contour of Administrative Terrorism:

By Nepal Government:

Recently Nepal Government haphazardly started to populate 2 secretaries each in six ministries without having any vision, job analysis, need assessment, research and analysis. The most remarkable is, this outdated approach was already adopted decades before but doomed to failure. Though, our cabinet overlooked all these fact and decided to go forward as per their personal interest without caring professional and administrative rationale customs. Actually, these postings were made to fulfil the interests of their political puppets that are philosophically considered as major footstep of administrative terrorism.

Especially Civil Servants are being ignored and mistreated by security mechanism and guardian apparatus of state; they do not offer any kind of significant special opportunity for professionalism, security measure or welfare facilities to protect the career, life, liberty and freedom of civil servants. Thus the major spheres of civil services are terrorized by custodian state’s mechanism.

By Public Service Commission:

The recently published vacancy by Public Service Commission of Nepal is an expression of support toward dead royal law and oppose of democratic changes. I would say in direct language it is a colossal disobeys of the existing constitutional provision and state/parliamentary commitments concerning the recruitment inclusion policy of Civil service.

Public Service commission challenge the verdict of “Rule of Law”. They advertised vacancy as per royal civil service act/regulation and completely ignored the newly passed civil service act. Most remarkable point is our civil service act is recently passed by parliament and regulation is still under process.

Existing and potential civil servants are under serious confusion, whether they should follow the dead royal laws or newly passed Civil Service Laws.

Questions to the concerned legal and administrative experts:

-Is there any method or legal treatment to revoke the advertised illegal vacancies that is opened under the clauses of dead royal civil service act and regulation?

-The advertised vacancies are also against the sprit of Inclusion commitments and agreements that were made by state with various women, political, ethno & regional groups and parties.

-Or should we need to go for another administrative revolution on road and street like other terrorist groups?

-Are there any possibilities to file a case in public service commission board or Supreme Court through our embassies or diplomatic missions?

4 comments:

sclal said...

I have seen news reports that the PSC has announced vacancy for technical post on inclusion basis as per decision of GON. Are you talking of some other advertisements. If yes I can help by taking it to lawyers. Please inform me the source from where the vacancy announcement can be obtained.

Anonymous said...

I think representation of a particular group in a system does not necessarily ensure the welfare of that group. The crux of the matter is the system design in which whoever enters or leaves out does not matter. The problem is failure of system/institutions, and solution can not be having a 601 member parliament or having people whose thinking is ethnocentric rather than national integrity.

Hence, the debate should focus not on physical body but on bring up people who can truly be sensitive to the national reality. This, i think, comes through system reform, and not at all through narrowly defined participation.

Anonymous said...

I think representation of a particular group in a system does not necessarily ensure the welfare of that group. The crux of the matter is the system design in which whoever enters or leaves out does not matter. The problem is failure of system/institutions, and solution can not be having a 601 member parliament or having people whose thinking is ethnocentric rather than national integrity.

Hence, the debate should focus not on physical body but on bring up people who can truly be sensitive to the national reality. This, i think, comes through system reform, and not at all through narrowly defined participation.

Anonymous said...

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