Whatever Sunita complained of regarding the behavior of the Indian media might be true but such a behavior is not limited just to the Indian media. Most of the media-men behave in the same way; they all are found craving for something sensational and astounding, so that they may win the attention of their viewers and readers. Such behavior is exactly according to the requirement of their job; they are hired for excavating the news, not for doing rescue work. Whatever Sunita said might be the result of the hidden hatred for India and this type of hatred is the most common and the most dominating characteristic of every Nepalese heart and mind. Anuvav is a very widely visited web page of Nepal. A few months back this web page published an article of Avishek of Nepal with the title, ‘7 Reasons some Nepalese hate India with a passion’. According to the writer more than half of the total Nepali population hates India and a huge portion of that group hates India and Indians with a passion. The reasons include border encroachment by the Indian government in Nepal, India’s unhealthy interest in Nepali politics and politicians, India’s unethical occupation on Nepalese lands, unfair river treaties between the two countries, India’s claim on the birthplace of Buddha, India’s domination depicted on films, TV, books, magazines, internet, and in real life and above all the bitter racism of India against the Nepalese.
The fact of the matter is that no Living nation likes or loves the interference or invasion of any other country or nation. Nepal is a land of brave and courageous people; they have their own individual identity and a long history of struggle and achievements; they are not a slave nation; how could they bear such an insulting attitude of India. The problem with India is that it cannot live without doing interference into its neighboring countries. From Sri Lanka to Nepal and from Pakistan to Bangladesh and even China, every neighboring country is facing lot of problems because of Indian interference. Pakistan is the ever-worst victim to this interference as India is criminally supporting the miscreants and terrorists in Balochistan, Sind and in other parts of the country. There must be some end to this unethical and immoral interference and the international authorities must take necessary action against such wicked attitude in the larger interest of the peace-loving countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and China. If we are serious in painting this world with colors of peace, security and a friendly atmosphere, we will have to put a check on the countries which have built-in hegemonic designs.