Felicitation Program by Greater Nepal Weekly

Greater Nepal Weekly Second Anniversary


Felicitation Program


I was fortunate to be the Chief Guest of a program entitled ‘Greater Nepal Weekly Second Anniversary and Felicitation Program’ on 1st July 2014, organized by the Greater Nepal National Weekly in the Siddhartha Cottage, Tinkune, Kathmandu. The program was inaugurated by myself and Surendra Dhakal, Editor/Publisher of the Greater Nepal National Weekly by lighting the candles.


I presented a Letter of Felicitation in a plaque to Rabi Lamichhane, Guinness Book of World Record Holder on behalf of the Greater Nepal National Weekly.



In the mean time, I also presented a book to Lamichhane entitled ‘International Boundary Making’ as I am one of the co-authors, published by the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lamichhane had conducted a program on 10-11 April 2013 in the News24 Television for 62 hours and 12 minutes continuously (Longest Marathon Television Talk show) making interviews to more than 84 distinguished personalities from different walks of life, that broke the world record. Fortunately, I was one of the interviewees. Lamichhane had taken my interview for 45 minutes.
During my interview, I had spoken that to make publicize on the birth place of Lord Gautam Buddha, we have to write in the arrival / departure lounge of our Tribuhvan International Airport, embarkation / disembarkation cards, Hotel reception counter, meeting hall of the ministries (especially, prime minister’s diplomatic meeting room, ministry of foreign affairs and finance and various offices and commissions), at the end of the visiting card of the dignitaries that ‘Buddha was Born in Nepal.’
I had made my visiting card after three days of that interview mentioning at at the end of the card that ‘Buddha was born in Nepal.’ after two months, I had used that card when I had visited Colombo and Kandy of Sri Lanka. during the meeting, I had also given this card to Mr. Gamini Bandara, Director of International Affairs, Temple of Tooth Relic at Dalada Maligawa, Kandy on 23 April 2013. I also presented this card to Excellency Ambassador of Nepal to Sri Lanka Mr. Sushil Chandra Amatya, when he had invited our group for dinner in his residence on 21 April 2013. Mr. Amatya had told me that he will include these wordings, while he makes new visiting card.

Visiting Card
I am happy to felicitate Rabi Lamichhane, as the chief guest of the program, for his noble work to protect the integrity and nationality of Nepal making publicity all over the world that ‘Buddha was Born in Nepal.’

I expressed that Lamichhane is committed to preserve the national identity and territorial integrity.We have to join our hands to him in the matter of national feeling. It was commendable that he conducted so long interviews that he broke the world record. It has enhanced the prestige of our nation.

I explained the terminology of nation, nationality and nationalism. Nationalism is a feeling or antimation to be honest and dedicated to the nation and to glorify the national pride. Nationalism is not a substance to be sold and to buy in the market. For the self-respect, nationalism is the soul or heart of a living person. If the soul is sold, it will be the end of country’s nationalism.



A man dies, if his heart is failed. In the same way, if the nationalism is failed, the country will be vanished. With these notions, one must have faith upon his country whether it is least developed or developing or under developed or developed; and must deserve for the betterment of the nation in all respect.


Similarly, Mr. Anil Joshi, Chairman of News24 Television was felicitated by Borne Bahadur Kari, Chairman of Nepal Press Council and special guest of the program. Surendra Dhakal, Editor/Publisher of Greater Nepal National Weekly and Ujir Magar, general Secretary of Federation of Nepalese Journalist and guest of the program jointly presented the felicitation plaque to Nirmal Raj Paudel, Chairman of Welcome Event Management on behalf of Greater Nepal National Weekly.
On the occasion, Rabi Lamichhane expressed thanks to Greater Nepal Weekly for the appreciation of his work presenting letter of appreciation.



In the program, Borna Bahadur Karki, Ujir Magar, Surendra Dhakal. Krishna Raj Dulal, Manager of the Weekly had made a welcome speech. Tejendra Prasai, Executive Editor of the Weekly highlighted on the activities of the Weekly. At the end of the program, Momo and tea was served for the guests and invitees.


Felicitation by Yogi Narahari Nath Trust

Felicitation by Yogi Narahari Nath Trust

            Six people from different walks of life have been felicitated and honored by Yogi Narahari Nath Trust Spiritual Council at Nepal Bar Association Hall in Kathmandu on the occasion of ‘National Mighty Person Day’ on 20 June 2013. Former Prime Minister Kirti Nidhi Bista welcomed and presented Letter of Felicitation (Brass Plaque) to the persons, including Border Researcher Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, on behalf of Yogi Narahari Nath Trust Spiritual Council.



        At the same time and in the same function Former PM Bista also presented Letter of Appreciation (Silver Frame) and Letter of Commendation (Silver Frame) to Border Researcher Shrestha and five others, on behalf of Independent Civic Society Nepal, Kathmandu and Shree Hanuman Mandal Nepal Central Office, Dhanushadham respectively, on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Regent Bahadur Shah.



            Former Prime Minister Kirti Nidhi Bista made a remark at the program that Bahadur Shah, the youngest son of Nepal’s Unifier King Prithvi Narayan Shah, is remembered for his heroic deed during the unification of states of up to Kumaon, Garhwal and Almoda in the west and Sikkim in the east. It was framed as ‘Greater Nepal.’ In this aspect, Bahadur Shah is taken as a true patriot and a great diplomat.

            The octogenarian Former P M Bista has alleged the present day leaders of ruining Nepali nationalism. “Sooner the Nepails will unite to preserve their nationalism better it is. We all need to unite to save the country,” Bista made this remark at a program organized to celebrate birth anniversary of Bahadur Shah.


            Receiving the Letter of Felicitation, Letter of Appreciation and Letter of Commendation Border Researcher Buddhi Narayan Shrestha said he is proud of receiving this Letter of Felicitation, as the felicitating institute belongs with the name of reverend and learned Late Yogi Narahari Nath. He expressed that he has received more than two dozens Letters of Felicitations and Appreciations and he feels that this one is weighty in respect of nationality, sovereignty and integrity of the nation.

            Shrestha recalled that he had met Yogi Couples of times in Pashupati area while he was alive and he had a chance to exchange ideas on patriotism in the context of the boundary of Nepal and the then boundary of Greater Nepal. He has studied the books and anthology, such as ‘Collection of Treaties in Light of History’ written and compiled by Yogi. He paid homage to the Late Yogi Narahari Nath.


            Buddhi Narayan Shrestha further said ‘at the moment we have to remember the Late Regent Bahadur Shah as well. Shah was the fore runner of the Nepal Unification Movement, started and propounded by Prithvi Narayan Shah the Great. As a result, Nepal was unified as a strong Himalayan State as Greater Nepal. At that time territory of Nepal was extended from Tista to Kangra. However, the then British ruler East India Company did not like the unified and powerful Greater Nepal. So they started to interfere and encroach Nepal’s territory. As a result, there was Anglo-Gorkha War (1814-16). In the mean time Sugauli Treaty was made on 4 March 1816 and Nepal was compelled to loose one third of its territory as shrunked to Mechi on the east and Mahakali on the west. This is the present boundary of Nepal.

            But unfortunately, there are encroachments, disputes, conflicts, cross-holding occupations, claims and counter-claims in 71 places and spots along 1880 Km long Nepal-India border. The area of such spots has been computed as 606.62 square kilometer in 23 districts of Nepal. It is to be noted that 26 district of Nepal have been adjoined with the Indian border. The largest encroachment is the Kalapani-Limpiyadhura (370 sq. km.), encroached since India-China Border War-1962 October-November. And the smallest spot is at Fatak (240 Square metre) of Pashupatinagar VDC of Ilam District, since March 2004.


            We have to save and protect our national boundary with the national thinking of Late Yogi Narahari Nath and his feeling and inspiration on sovereignty and integrity of Nepal.

            Buddhi Narayan Shrestha mentioned that the Chief Guest of the program and Former PM Bista’s role will always be remembered for the contribution he made towards strengthening Nepali nationalism. Bista’s role to whip-off the 18 Indian Military Missions and Check Posts in 1970 in the north, adjacent to Nepal-China border, which had been there for nearly two decades while he was the prime minister under visionary King Mahendra, will always be remembered by Nepali public. So we have to respect to those persons like Kirti Nidhi Bista in connection to the sovereignty and Nepal as an independent country since time immemorial. I have mentioned this achievement of Bista in three of my books out of seven. I am happy that I received Letter of Felicitation today through Former Prime Minister Kirti Nidhi Bista in the name of Late Yogi Narahari Nath.


            At the end, Buddhi Narayan said that our sovereignty is going to be dwindled and it is staggering day by day. Nepal has already crossed the stage of Bhutanikaran, as our foreign policy, business of home affairs and security concern is not in Nepal’s grip. Now it is on the process of Fijikaran and it has gained 25 percent progress of this process, as 2.5 million citizenship certificates have been distributed last time. Among them, 90 per cent of these certificate holders are from neighboring countries’ people. They have got the certificates by any means, as it is assumed by many nationalists. The Fijikaran process will be completed by 2030 AD, as there will be three more general elections by that time. It is well known that more citizenship certificates will be distributed before each and every election and majority of the fake people will get the Nepali Citizenship Certificates by hook or crook, money or muscle, politically or socially or whatever means it needs or may need. After 2030 the phase of Sikkimikaran will be started and this stage will be completed by 2040 AD with two more general elections. And Nepali parliament will decide and pass by overwhelming majority that Nepal should be incorporated within Republic of India, as in similar fashion as it was done in Sikkim in 1975. It is believed that Lhendup Dorjee has already been born in Nepal and he will show his real character by 2040.

            This is an intellectual assumption with the analysis of political and distorted diplomatic situation since Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India received a crucial letter from Sardar Ballav Bhai Patel on 7 November 1950 mentioning that ‘the political and administrative steps which we should take to strengthen our northern and north-eastern frontiers and this would include the whole of the border i.e. Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Darjeeling and the Tribal Territory in Assam.’ It could be said that it may come true by 2040. The speed of such process was slow in its initial stage till half a century. But the process is getting accelerated since last decade. And the speed of this process has gained high speed in a considerable rate in these days.


            With this analysis it has to be mentioned in short and it is to be assumed that ‘There will be no Nepal by 2040.’ But we will be alive as alien. Regarding the boundary of Nepal, the landmass east of Koshi River will be merged into Sikkim. West of River Karnali will be affiliated to Uttarakhanda. South of Siwalik Range (Churia Hill) i.e. east of Susta will be incorporated to Bihar and west of Susta will be included to Uttar Pradesh. And north of Siwalik Range will be named as Gorkha Land, but not Nepal Pradesh. So in this sense, none of the Pradesh will be named as Nepal.

            In such a scenario, may our political leaders have a deep sense of national feeling and maintain sovereignty and integrity of the nation as an asset of our ancestors in due time. They may be able to save our nation as an independent country ‘Nepal’ as before. I earnestly wish, what I wrote in the above paragraphs may not be proven. Let it be false by the grace of heavenly bodies. This is my wish from the core of my heart.

            In the program another recipient of Letter of Felicitation, Historian and President of Border Concern Civic Society Chetendra Jung Himali said we have to maintain the dignity of Nepal, as our forefathers had carried on since the historic time. Political situation of Nepal at present is at the turmoil and every Nepali should be careful. Our main responsibility is to preserve and protect the national boundary of Nepal, earned by our ancestors.


              The other recipient of Letter of Felicitation, Professor Dr. Surendra K.C. sharing his views at the function, expressed grief that neither the country has been able to give birth to nationalist leaders of the sorts of Bahadur Shah and Narahari Nath nor it has been able to honor their national heroes.


            Likewise, Phanindra Nepal, the champion of Greater Nepal Movement (instead it should be shrinking Nepal)and the President of Unified Nepal National Front demanded immediate return of Nepali lands of Greater Nepal being illegally occupied by India.


            Advocate Bal Krishna Neupane alleged that more than 4.5 Million Nepali citizenship certificates have been distributed to the Indian nationals. It indicates that present political leaders do not sense the sovereignty, integrity and national feelings. They are hankering over the power and money and they are ready to do anything else for their motive.

 Bal Krishna Neupane


           Chair person of the function and President of Bahadur Shah Memorial Academy Diwakar Jung Shah said ‘we have to maintain our nationality, sovereignty and integrity remembering the spirit of Yogi Narahari Nath and Bahadur Shah. The Academy is very happy to present Letter of Felicitation for those who are engaged to maintain the dignity and prestige of our nation.’


            In the same way, President of Yogi Narahari Nath Trust Spiritual Council Shankar Poudel expressed happiness to honour the personalities who have specially contributed in the field of culture, history, religion and national boundary.


Collection from Telegraph Weekly and Gorkhapatra Daily, 21 June 2013 and points noted down during the program.

Greater Nepal Felicitation

Greater Nepal Felicitation

          Greater Nepal National Weekly organized a program at Reporters Club Hall, Kathmandu on 18 May 2013 to felicitate Border Expert Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, Senior Littérateur Ms. Jaleswori Shrestha and Director of Greater Nepal Documentary Film Manoj Pandit.

          Chief Guest of the program, Senior Advocate and Chairman of Nepal Press Council Borna Bahadur Karki presented the brass plaque of Letter of Felicitation to Madan Puraskar Winner-Border Expert-Writer Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, on behalf of Greater Nepal Weekly, decorating with the Khada, the traditional scarf as an emblem of peace, happiness and prosperity. Following sentences have been engraved in the Letter of Felicitation brass plaque:-


Mother and motherland are greater than heaven

First Anniversary of Greater Nepal National Daily


Saturday, 18 May 2013

Letter of Felicitation

This Letter of Felicitation has been presented to

Mr. Buddhi Narayan Shrestha

                               as an emblem of the nation in recognition of his very important

                                      contribution for the extensive research revealing the

                                             facts and figures regarding the protection of

                                                     nationalism and national integrity.


                                                                                           Surendra Prasad Dhakal


                                                                                             Publisher and Editor

                                                                    Greater Nepal National Weekly


          Chairman of the program and Publisher/Editor of Greater Nepal Weekly Surendra Dhakal presented the Latter of Felicitation to Ms. Jaleswori Shrestha and Manoj Pandit. Ms. Sofia Pandit received the plaque on behalf of her husband Manoj Pandit, as Mr. Pandit was out of Kathmandu Valley. 7

          Receiving the letter of felicitation, Border Expert Buddhi Narayan Shrestha thanked the Greater Nepal Weekly, as he was honored by the Weekly. He recalled that he was interviewed by the Weekly and it was published in the first issue of the newspaper. He said he had not approached for the honour. But the Weekly had decided to felicitate him and the Editor of the Weekly asked him to accept the honor. And he accepted it after some conversation with the Editor in telephone.


          Buddhi Narayan Shrestha, as the recipient of Greater Nepal Felicitation said, the issues of sovereignty, nationality and integrity of the nation raised by the Weekly are very relevant and it was necessary for the existence of the country. The Nepalese people have experienced sorrowfulness loosing one third of the nation, with the effect of Treaty of Sugauli- 1816.

            But Nepal could regain the lost territory of Greater Nepal while Nepal will be prosperous and developed as China, in terms of economy, political diplomacy and development of science and technology. Everywhere in the world there are China made merchandise and machinery, electronic goods and materials. So China has dominated economically to most of the countries of the world. Secondly, China is an emerging nation in the United Nations as super power. Thirdly, it has been advancing in the field of science and technology from artificially creating rains to satellite launching.


          When Nepal will be developed as China, there will be a great possibility to get back the lost portion of the then Greater Nepal. But it may take time. Even if we don’t get back our former territory in our life time, our sons and grand-sons will be able to fetch it. As there are examples as China drew back the lost territory of Hongkong Kowloon after 155 years from Britain. Similarly, China was able to regain Macau after 400 years. It has to be understood that British Empire had ceded that territory making the treaty as similar as the Treaty of Sugauli which was taken place between Nepal and British East India Company. China ultimately pulled back that lost territory from Britain. And why not to retain back the lost territory of Greater Nepal ? It may take some decades and it is the fact. For this, Nepal has to be economically prosperous and developed as in the scale of China.


          On the other hand some of the spots of our present boundary of Nepal have been encroached. There are disputes, conflicts, claim and counter-claims, and cross-border occupations in 71 spots along Nepal-India border line. These disputed areas have been computed as 60,662 hectares of land. During the last ten years period, disputed spots have been increased from 53 to 71 places and 60,000 to 60,662 hectares.

            There are conflicts on the border with China as well at the border of Dolakha district. There is also a controversy on the height of Mount Everest with China.

          We have to protect our national boundary ourselves. None of the countries will take care to preserve our border. We don’t have to blame our neighbors that our frontier areas have been encroached by them. This is due to our weakness and lethargic; and our border has been encroached. We ourselves must be alert and defend as necessary. We and our government are week, careless, pessimist and apathetic concerning our boundary of Nepal. So our border is being encroached time and often.


          Nepali young generation must come forward to protect and preserve our boundary. All we have to create awareness and this message should be reached to the countries of the world. We have to build intellectual pressure to our government to talk to our neighboring countries for the peaceful solution of the border issues. In fact, this is the business of the State or head of the government. The civic society would have to raise and highlight the matters and provide suggestions to put pressure to the government authorities. Ultimately, border business must be tackled by the concerned authorities. If the State uses to raise the voice, the neighbors hear it and here comes the ways and means to resolve the outstanding border issues. But it is a matter of sorrowfulness that our government is apathetic to resolve the border issues with the neighboring countries. The government should not let encroach our territory. We have to be sensitive for even an inch of land. If one square kilometer of the territory is being encroached, hundreds of Nepali citizens inhabited on that portion of land, may become the alien.


          At the end of speech, Buddhi Narayan Shrestha wished Greater Nepal weekly will always be able and active to create awareness and build pressure in terms of protection of the national boundary of Nepal. The honour and felicitation given to him by Greater Nepal Weekly has encouraged and enthusiasm to make further research study and publicize the factual accounts in the field of protection and preservation of national boundary of Nepal. Lastly, he thanked Greater Nepal Weekly family once again for offering him letter of felicitation.

          Ms. Jaleswori Shrestha, the other recipient of honor said she was motivated and inspired to write on the issue of women of Nepal visualizing their anxiety, harassment, trouble, pain and distress. The honor provided by Greater Nepal Weekly has added her responsibility to create literature in an energetic manner in future.



          Chief Guest of the program and Chairman of Nepal Press Council Borna Bahadur Karki congratulated Buddhi Narayan Shrestha on receiving honor from Greater Nepal Weekly, as Shrestha is creating awareness to the Nepali society on the matters of national boundary and its preservation. He also congratulated to two other fellows who received the honor. He said the whole press community should be united on the issue of nationality. He further said the movement of Greater Nepal raised by the Weekly is timely and appropriate in view of the protection of nationality and national feeling. This movement should be continued in the days to come as well.


          Chairman of the program and Editor/Publisher of Greater Nepal Weekly Surendra Dhakal highlighted the reasons to publish the Greater Nepal Weekly newspaper. He said that nationality of Nepal bas been entangled into grave and crucial danger. Boundary of Nepal has been encroached day by day and it has shrunken. But our political leaders are not serious on it. Rather they are becoming the broker agents of India to sit on the chair and continue their power to be remained in the government for long.


          He further said Greater Nepal Weekly newspaper has been published with an objective to create awareness and to save the nationality of Nepal and to get back the lost territory of Greater Nepal, as it was affected by the Treaty of Sugauli- 1816. Our well wishers have made a curiosity whether the newspaper will be continued or not in future. Editor Dhakal committed and assured to all that ‘Greater Nepal Weekly will not die till he is alive’ and future generation will carry it on.

          In the beginning of the program Managing Director of the newspaper Krishna Dulal welcomed all the guests and said- nationalism is going to be endangered and Greater Nepal Weekly has created public opinion on the matter of nationalism. He opined that the newspaper is transmitting the peoples’ view in an energetic manner and it should be reached to huge number of readers.


            Columnist of the newspaper and Senior Journalist Dambar Giri expressed that Hong Kong, Macau and various other territories of the world have been returned back after hundreds of years. In this context, lost territories of Greater Nepal, including Darjeeling could be returned and taken back in future. He appreciated that Surendra Dhakal himself is engaged for the last twenty years in the movement of Greater Nepal.

          Another guest and Chairman of Federation of Nepalese Journalists Kathmandu Branch Govinda Chaulagain expressed his opinion that Greater Nepal Weekly has done Mission Journalism with an objective to save nationalism. Nepalese territory has been encroached and this act is not stopped. Nationality of Nepal is going to be endangered day after day. In such a situation the issue raised by the Greater Nepal Weekly is contextual and appreciable. He wished- may the future of the newspaper to raise the voice to regain the lost territory of Nepal be more powerful and very popular. He expressed all the best to the newspaper and recipients of Greater Nepal Honor, including Border Expert Buddhi Narayan Shrestha.



Collection from Kantipur Daily, Gorkhapatra Daily 19 May 2013 and Greater Nepal Weekly 24 May 2013.


Buddhi N Shrestha : Encyclopedia of Nepali Geography

Felicitation to Border Expert Buddhi Narayan Shrestha and others

कान्तिपुर दैनिक, २०६८ पुस २१ ( Kantipur Daily, 5 January 2012 )

                                                   सीमाविद् श्रेष्ठलगायतलाई सम्मान

भोजपुरको दावाँगाउँ पुख्र्यौली भएका राष्ट्रिय चर्चा कमाएका व्यक्तित्वलाई सम्मान गरिएको छ । दावाँली समाजका तर्फाट दास्रो वाषिर्कोत्सव अवसरमा संस्कृतिविद् सत्यमोहन जोशीले सम्मान प्रदान गरेका छन् । सम्मानित हुनेमा सीमाविद् बुद्धिनारायण श्रेष्ठ,

कानुन आयोगका सचिव प्रमोदकुमार कार्की, परराष्ट्र सचिव दर्ुगाप्रसाद भट्टर्राई, धितापत्र बोर्डका अध्यक्ष बाबुराम श्रेष्ठ, विश्वशिक्षक महासंघका सदस्य वीरेन्द्रप्रकाश श्रेष्ठ र दावाँली समाजका संस्थापक अध्यक्ष माधवप्रसाद श्रेष्ठ छन् । सम्मान प्रदान गर्दै संस्कृतिविद् जोशीले पुख्र्र्यौली थलो बसाइँसर्राईका क्रममा जहाँ रहे पनि भाषा, संस्कृति, रहनसहनलाई भुल्न नहुने बताए ।

National Boundary and Existence of Country

‘सीमा मिचिदै गयो भने देशको अस्तित्वमा धक्का पुग्छ’

पोखरा, ८ असोज।सीमा कुनै पनि देशको लागि संवेदनशील विषय भएकाले सीमा मिचिदै गयो भने देशको स्वाधिनता र अस्तित्वसमेत खतरामा पर्ने धारणा शुक्रबार पोखरामा एक कार्यक्रमका सहभागीहरुले राखेका छन्।

राजनीति शास्त्री सूर्यरत्न शाक्य प्रतिष्ठान राजनीतिक शास्त्र विभाग पृथ्वीनारायण क्याम्पसको सातौं वाषिर्क साधारणसभा तथा सीमाविद् बुद्धिनारायण श्रेष्ठको सम्मान कार्यक्रममा सहभागी व्यक्तित्वहरुले उक्त धारणा राखेका हुन्।

प्रतिष्ठानले नेपालको भौगोलिक अवस्था र सीमा क्षेत्रका सम्बन्धमा लामो अनुभव समाल्नु भएका राष्ट्रिय व्यक्तित्वको रुपमा चिनिनु भएका  श्रेष्ठको उच्च कदर गर्दै शुक्रबार सम्मानपत्रसहित दोसल्ला ओढाएर सम्मान गरेको हो।

कार्यक्रममा बोल्दै सम्मानित व्यक्तित्व श्रेष्ठले राष्ट्रिय सीमाले देशको राजनीतिक, भूगोल र कुटनीतिमा समेत असर पार्ने हुँदा सीमा क्षेत्रको सुरक्षा अपरिहार्य भएको धारणा राख्नुभएको थियो।

नेपालको सीमा क्षेत्रका सम्बन्धमा बोल्दै सीमाविद् श्रेष्ठले अति फितलो अवस्थामा रहेको सीमा क्षेत्र सुरक्षाका लागि जनता नै जागरुक हुनुपर्ने र सशस्त्र प्रहरी बलबाट कडा सुरक्षाको व्यवस्था गर्नुपर्नेमा जोड दिनुभएको थियो। सम्मानित व्यक्तित्व श्रेष्ठले संघीय राज्य प्रणाली निर्माण गर्दा भूगोलको आधारमा उत्तर दक्षिण सीमा रेखाबाट संघीय राज्यलाई छुट्याउन सकिने तर्क राख्नुभएको थियो।

प्रतिष्ठानकाअध्यक्ष धु्रव केसीको अध्यक्षतामा भएको कार्यक्रममा बोल्दै क्षेत्रीय प्रशासक अर्जुनबहादुर भण्डारीले सीमा अतिक्रमणका सवालमा राष्ट्रिय सीमा नीति र छुट्टै सुरक्षा दलको व्यवस्था गर्नुपर्नेमा जोड दिनुभएको थियो।

सोही अवसरमा सहप्राध्यापक हरिमोहन शर्मा, उपप्राध्यापक भीमनाथ बराल, लालबहादुर कुँवर, संस्थाका संरक्षक सूर्यरत्न शाक्य र उपप्राध्यापक लालबहादुर कुँवरलगायतले सीमा क्षेत्रको सुरक्षा र राष्ट्रिय स्वाधिनताको बारेमा चर्चा गर्नुभएको थियो। कार्यक्रममा प्रा.डा विश्व श्रेष्ठले अभिनन्दित व्यक्तित्वबारे जानकारी दिनुभएको थियो।

Adarsha Samaj National Daily, September 25, 2010

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