Nepal is probably the worst managed country in the whole of South Asia in terms of having to deal with the ever-changing political environment. The political players in Nepal are not focused on the main agenda. They say a little bit of everything and end up doing things they don't know anything about.
Let us not forget that every political party has some areas of difference. But the relationship within the political leadership should not be based on the individual equation of the leaders. It should be a political relationship. It should be a democratic relationship. It would be wonderful if our political parties consider this legitimate fact and move forward together and continue on the path to democracy. Now at this hour of crisis, what the nation needs is a consensus among the three forces of Nepal. Everyone talks about peace, but who is actually doing anything about it? They are busy attacking each other and in the meantime, peace is drifting further and further away from our grasp. They see problems only and not the solutions. The latest political extravaganza teaches us to be violent. It doesn't teach us to appreciate peace.
Let us keep in mind that Nepal is greater than all the political parties. For all these reasons, it is time for the political parties and its leader to join hands and move closer towards reconciliation and stop Nepal from becoming politically worst country.
Now, the great question arises. How will we get a full- developed democracy in such situation of political parties?