Nepal Airlines: A Government Corporation that needs to be immediately Privatized
Yes, I support the private sector in Nepal. And I support the private sector not because I adhere to any ideology…I do not adhere to any ideology…for me, all ideologies, theories, and belief systems are just tools to simplify and understand the world…and since the world is changing ever faster than any time in history, all rigid ideologists and their followers, what we call in Nepali Jadasutrabadis, are destined to fail to deliver…I support the private sector simply because it supports me…it’s because of the private sector that i can survive in this world..
When people ask me why are you so eccentric, i ask them back who isn’t eccentric? Everyone’s as eccentric as any of their fellow….it’s just that people see the lice on others’ bodies but fail to notice the buffalo crawling on their own bodies.. and yes, private sector always welcomes me… ..that’s because private sector ignores your eccentricities and focuses on your value…of course, most of Nepal’s private sector are yet to be institutionalized…people still need to understand that even in the private sector, it’s the slow and steady who wins the race… and it’s also true that there’re more uncertainties and insecurities for those working in the private sector… That’s because the private sector itself is facing a lot insecurities and uncertainties due to uncertain political climate.. but they are trying to deliver…and over the years, I’ve seen that nepal’s private sector has managed to prove itself…
Therefore, in Nepal’s case, i fully support the view that government should give all businesses to the private sector… privatize all government ventures..the government can not simply run any profitable business in nepal…government owned corporations and businesses in Nepal are destined to drown because of their unsustainable, unprofessional, and corrupt practices..I’m not saying that government should close it’s eyes to all the anomalies in the private sector…the government’s role as the ultimate regulator cannot be ignored at the present day Nepal… however, government’s role should be limited to monitoring and regulation..