Nepal – the country of the Buddha and the Mt. Everest

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without – Buddha

Nepal Government Cabinet Decision based on Movement Report

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 9, 2016


Course booksOn behalf of Lumbini-Kapilvastu Day Movement I wrote 6 page research report to US President HE Barack Obama, President of China HE Xi Jinping, President of Shri Lanka HE Maithripala Sirisena , Prime Minister of Japan HE Shinzō Abe, Prime Minister of the Netherlands HE Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of Thailand HE Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of India HE Narendra Modi to reinforce the democracy in their countries through Right to Correct Information by correcting erroneous information in their text books and 9 page research report to the Prime Minister of UK to reinforce the United Kingdom Democracy through Right to Correct Information by correcting British Museum erroneous information on World Peace Messenger Buddha’s birthplace.
Justification of Reinforcing Democracy:

One of the most significant roles to reinforce characteristics of democracy is the right to information. Over the past few years, the “right to information” has gained increasing prominence in the human rights and the democratic discourses. At the heart of the right to information are two key concepts:
• The right of the public to request access to information and the corresponding duty on the government to meet the request, unless specific, defined exemptions apply;
• The duty of the government to proactively provide certain key information, even in the absence of a request.
The right to information does not make any sense without having right information, however; citizens of these countries are getting erroneous information on World Peace Messenger Buddha’s birthplace because textbooks present incorrect information in this regard. And the information in British Museum was corrected because of thousands of suggestions to do so within few days, but corrected not as clearly as expected in the world class museum like in British Museum. The corrected information gives confusion.
Human Rights issue: Human rights issue is very important in this epoch and, hence; this step was urgently needed to protect human rights of millions and millions people interested to visit World Peace Messenger Buddha’s birthplace as every year thousands and thousands people are visiting not the right place but the wrong one because of misinformation. They are misusing their time and money and when they know the reality, they cannot feel happy. There are lots of such cases.
Actually I was planning to handover these reports to the ambassadors of those countries in Belgium International Conference, however; we had to cancel the conference twice: first time due to earthquake in Nepal and the second time due to Paris attack.

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