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उमाको हत्याबाट सिक्नुपर्ने पाठ

Posted in Political Affairs by Shekhar on January 12, 2009
– 2009-01-13 03:38:39

सञ्चारको विद्यार्थीको भएर पनि होला, परीक्षाको चाप हुँदाहुँदै पनि उमाको हत्यामा विरोध प्रकट गर्न मेरो मन हतारियो। देशको इतिहासमा पहिलो पटक एक महिला सञ्चारकर्मीको हत्या भएको निन्दनीय घटनालाई सामान्य रूपमा लिन सकिंदैन । यस घटनाले एकातिर सञ्चारकर्मी असुरक्षित भएको प्रमाणित गर्छ भने अर्कोतिर तराइमा हिंसाले सीमा नाघिसकेको खुलासा गर्दछ ।

Uma Singh, first female journalist of Nepal killed in Janakpur

Uma Singh, first female journalist of Nepal killed in Janakpur

महिलावर्गको उथ्थान देशको एक मुख्य मुद्दा भएको बखत उमा जनतालाई सत्य सुचनाले सुचित गर्ने कर्तब्यमा तल्लिन थिइन् । प्रशंसाको पात्र हुनुको सट्टा मृत्यूको निर्दोस भागिदार बन्न पुगिन् सिराहाको रामनगर मिर्चैया निवासी ऊमा सिङ । सत्यको पक्षमा लेख्ने उनका कोमल हातलाई निर्घातरुपमा छिनाल्दा ति हत्यारधारी समुहलाई आफ्ना आमा पनि एक नारी नै भएको सम्झना आएनछ क्यारे । यस दुखद् घटनाले मानवजातीको क्रुरताले पराकाष्टा नागेको तथ्य स्पष्ट पार्दछ ।


मलीन अनुहार, गहुँगोरो वर्णकी २६ वर्षीय उमाको हत्याले संञ्चार जगत र महिला वर्ग मात्र नभएर पुरै राष्ट्र नै शोकमग्न भएको छ , किनभने उमा एक कर्मठ युवा-संञ्चारकर्मी र सचेत महिलावर्गकी एक प्रेरणादायी तस्वीर मात्र थिइनन्, पुरै मुलुकको एक जिम्मेवार नागरीक पनि थिइन् । तसर्थ यस विभत्स हत्याको क्षतिपुर्ती असंभव छ ।

तराईमा पत्रकारहरूले भोगेको समस्यावारे गत वर्ष अनमिनले उमा सिंहसंग गरेको कुराकानीमा आफ्नो कलिलो तर दृढ स्वरमा आफूकार्यरत रेडियो र पत्रिकामार्फत स्वतन्त्र रुपमा सत्य सूचना सम्प्रेषण गर्न नपाएको गुनासो पोखेकी थिइन । त्यतिमात्र नभएर समय-समयमा धम्की समेत खपेर अनी महिला भएकोले उपेक्षित हुदै संञ्चारकर्मीको भुमीका निभाउनु परेको तीता अनुभव सुनाएकी थिइन । उनका पिता र दाजुलाई तीन वर्षअघि सिराहाकै मिर्चैयाबाट बेपत्ता पारिएको थियो । यसले उमाको जिवन पहिले नै असुरक्षित भएको संकेत गर्दछ, तर उनी जिवित हुँदासम्म उनको चित्कारमाथी कसैको ध्यानाकर्षण भएन र आज उनले कलिलै उमेरमा प्राणको आहुती दिनुपर्यो । यस आधारमा के निष्कर्स निकाल्न सकिन्छ भने उमाको हत्या समाजका पथदर्शक र परीवर्तनका अगुवा मानीने संञ्चारकर्मीहरूमाथी भविष्यमा आइपर्ने संकटको एउटा द्योतकमात्र हो ।

हाम्रो देशमा एक किसिमको कुसंस्कृतिको विकास नै भइसकेको छ । विस्थापन, अपहरण, लुटपिट, हत्या जस्ता निन्दनीय घटनाको सिकार सधै सर्वसाधारण, सामान्य पत्रकार र दुई छाक टार्न गार्हो पर्ने जनसमुह नै हुनेगर्छन् । सत्य र इमान्दारीको पक्षमा आवाज उठाउनेहरुको गला तरकारी काटेझैं काट्टिने गरिएको छ भने गुण्डा, हत्यारा, भ्रष्टाचारीहरू खुलेआम निस्फिक्री भएर सोझा जनतालाई थर्काउदै हिड्दै गरेको पाइन्छ । मुठ्ठीभरका व्यक्तिहरुले देशको संक्रमणकालको नाजायज फाइदा उठाईरहेको बेला सरकार सधैं हातमा दही जमाएर बस्ने हो भने पुरै देशले अनुमान गर्न नसकिने क्षति बेहोर्नु पर्नेछ ।

(This article was originally published in Dainikee. To see original post, visit http://www.dainikee.com/news/index.php?action=news_details&news_id=1729).

Aakar Undefined at 5:37pm January 13
Don’t know what’s going on….
whatever have been done…..it’s leads to nowhere but becoming failure state….
Madhesi armed group are supported by some political parties and they (armed group) are criminal… they are not a rebellion….
I belive she must be killed by them, as she is journalist… and she is doing her duty……. may be another (Manika) is going to be targeted… ufff…
Condemning is not a solution, criminals should be punished…and it’s a duty of government and the duty of all Nepalese who love Nepal and Nepalese…and more-over some political parties leader should be punished as they are supporting the activities of armed groups in Terai silently …
May her soul rest in heaven….
Mukunda Undestined at 6:05pm January 13
a great journalist.
journalist are for people i.e. for us , they fight for people.

but we people cant understand their sacrifice during their life?????

may her soul will rest in the peace of heaven.

Rupesh Kumar Yadav at 6:38pm January 13
k ho sathi samachar ko satya tathya nabuge lekhnu ta bhaena ni…….
Shekhar Kc at 6:52pm January 13
Rupesh ji, kina ra kehi galat bhaye sacchyaune mauka payinthyo ki?
Abhimanyu Dixit at 9:17pm January 13
Why is there an issue everytime a journalist is murdered??

People get killed everyday.

I think A Journalist’s death gets undeserved hype. Its only because they can shout …and they own their medium…. and other journalists report because they feel that they’re not safe in the way they are earning their livelihood.

The culture of violence is bad.

Everyone deserves equal hype.. not just journalists.

And why would they be stupid enough to kill a female journalists?? That’s dumb.

Sufizea Sufi at 2:46am January 14
“सत्य र इमान्दारीका पक्षमा आवाज उठाउनेको गला तरकारी झैं काट्ने गरिएको छ “-what is truth and what kind of truth? who are journalists to define truth?
Rajan Kathet at 6:51am January 14
I support Abhimanyu Dixit and Rupesh Kumar Yadav
Rajan Kathet at 7:01am January 14
because we just know she has been killed…. and except that we know nothing….. and “Everyone deserves equal hype.. not just journalists”….. this is great
Sufizea Sufi at 8:39am January 14
in fact no one deserves hype!
Shekhar Kc at 9:50am January 14
Shekhar Kc at 9:42am January 14
This is the link of Uma’s article where she has excavated the bitter truth of terai ongoing.

http://dainikee.com/news/index.php?action=news_details&news_id=1758

Abhimanyu Dixit at 10:06am January 14
that’s only speculations. shekhar.

That’s only three news stories of how stupid the Maoists are. Sure she must have written some other news stories too. On other political figures. or If not, then she was biased, which is no excuse for someone to murder people.

If she was biased, then there should have been a complaint.

The way she was killed was really inhumane. Which suggests it was because of vendetta.

But We do not know she was killed because of her work.

NHRC press statement parda… its less biased towards the maoists.

Shekhar Kc at 10:18am January 14
if It was vendetta then till now the political party to which she belonged must have been flashed out.

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