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Friday, August 17, 2012

Retarded officials of defunct govt. force Dr. Govinda K C's health to red line


The government has proved itself defunct at best. No honor, no shame, no common sense. No learning from past. No plan for future. No answer to professional's question as to why corruption and mismanagement has to continue in every public institution. No answer to people as to why services are interrupted in hospitals. 




The situation at TUTH is deteriorating with increasing risk of collapse of Dr. K C's health. 

In the evening the rumors were there that a new Dean had been appointed on seniority basis. Eventually news came that some disagreement had surfaced and anything from the authorities is to be expected only in the morning. 

Meanwhile the Nepal Medical Association's decision to strongly protest government apathy by stopping all services except emergency from tomorrow has given a huge moral boost to the agitating doctors in TUTH.

The crocodile's tears of the counter-fasters in TUTH have kept wallowing in meantime even as the crowd at the venue has shrunk to nearly half a dozen, still they were seen enthusiastically speaking to some reporters from a TV channel. 





The government has proved itself defunct at best. No honor, no shame, no common sense. No learning from past. No plan for future. No answer to professional's question as to why corruption and mismanagement has to continue in every public institution. No answer to people as to why services are interrupted in hospitals. 

What does this government stand for? To witness the collapse of an institution, death of poor people and an eminent professor dedicated to their service? To bargain and divide the spoils of criminal corruption?

Can it still be termed a government where a VC behaves as if the University is his private real estate and Chancellor, the executive chief of state, remains as silent as a dumb? Is there any meaning of a government that fails to justify what it does and fails to do what is its duty? 

Is this government planning to legalize all forms of corruption and misappropriation of public wealth? That seems imminent even though the hollow rhetoric of officials says the contrary.

Out of sear revulsion and exasperation, I am not even in a mood to complete this piece properly. Let's hope health of beloved professor remains reasonably intact till the mentally retarded people in government seek some way out. 

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