Tuesday, 19 June 2007

The protest to restore democracy in Myanmar

The innocent Myanmar child was supporting her mother to voice out their voice to restore democracy and release of Aung San Suukyi (the Nobel peace prize winner).

The Nobel prize winner Suukyi has been detained in Myanmar since long times by Army Junta. She has the popular support from inside and outside however still she is in Jail (house arrest) instead of rulling the country. She is all time heroic personality in present world among contemporary leader. She has been bearing all tolls and tears for the sake of all Myanmar people but the Army government are keeping her in house arrest and there is such a big suppression that no people can go to street to protest this anti human and anti social activities.

Mrs. Aung San SuuKyi is very popular in Nepal too. She has written two books about Nepal. One is the "Let's visit Nepal" and another is "Beautiful Nepal" We are really thankful to her and want her early release.

There are noone such a powerful in the world who could repress the voice for peace, prosperity, and democracy. We are quite sure on that one day will come in the history of Myanmar when the autocrat military ruler have to leave the chairs and bend on the feet of the people.
There is nothing unnatural to pose pressure on the Army Junta for restoring democracy in Myanmar. We all nepalese would like to extend our voice and heart to the freedom (peaceful) fighter of Myanmar.

3 comments:

Ajaya said...

Hi Rajendra Ji,
Thanks for the great job, well I didn't know about Su Ki has writen two book about NEPAL, i was amazed after knowing this. I guess we have to read this book....any chance to read those books....anyway woderful jobs......All the best.
Ajaya J Kunwar

Anonymous said...

Hi Rajendra Ji,
Thanks for the great job, well I didn't know about Su Ki has writen two book about NEPAL, i was amazed after knowing this. I guess we have to read this book....any chance to read those books....anyway woderful jobs......All the best.
Ajaya J Kunwar

Anonymous said...

Hi Rajendra Ji,
Thanks for the great job, well I didn't know about Su Ki has writen two book about NEPAL, i was amazed after knowing this. I guess we have to read this book....any chance to read those books....anyway woderful jobs......All the best.
Ajaya J Kunwar