A popular Nepali folk singer tells he eliminated a satirical audio on corruption from YouTube after the younger generation wing of the ruling Nepal Communist Party( NCP)allegedly intimidated this man,localized media documented on Monday.
Pashupati Sharma created a relevant video of the song “Lutna Sake Lut, Nepal Mai Chha Chhut”(loot whatever you can,since that could be accepted only in Nepal)over the weekends.
The song instantly hit a chord with the people angered by widespread corruption in the world.
Most showed their assistance for the singer on Twitter and where a little denounced what they have to known as the undemocratic approach of the ruling party.
“They objected to certain words of the song.So I removed it from YouTube. I am going to upload it after revision,” he said to a local radio channel on Monday.
One day after the video clip was removed from the internet,activists flocked in central Kathmandu and then danced to the song on loudspeakers, local media reported.
The National Folk and Duet Song Academy Nepal conducted an emergency meeting up with on Sunday and then released a statement.
“Expressing one’s thoughts is a just right under the Freedom of Expression and then we will not put up with the infringement of this freedom,” read the statement.
The present communist government had been accused of minimizing freedom of expression and increasing cctv on social media users.share on