Oct 23, 2022

Meta is monitoring Nepal`s upcoming election related posts and information

Nepal election commission is taking a new approach to tackle the spread of misleading information during elections. The election commission has already made agreement with Meta and other social media giants. Soon after the agreement between election commission and Meta`s public policy manager for south, Ms. Ayesha Hashem, said a special channel will be jointly created. Experts from both organisations will jointly monitor post and comments done in Nepali language. Hate speech are also regulated in the same language Meta revealed. 

Ayesha Hashem
Ayesha Hashem also requested to report hate speech and misleading information. Fake news and hate speech are tools that can negatively influence election results. Meta also expressed its commitment to doing its best to curb biased content. Employees of Nepal Election Commission are highly trained by Meta. Lets only spread real information on social media.

Oct 11, 2022

" No, Not Again " Campaign For Political Stability and Development

 Hello my friends!

Its been so long that I have written something on my blog. So here I am about to express some findings and my opinion about the recent campaign lead by youths of Nepal for the upcoming CA election to held. Journalist turned leader, chairperson of Rastriya Swatantra party Mr. Rabi Lamichhane and youth leader running the campaign #PMunder40, Mr. Sagar Dhakal are seen actively talking, discussing and promoting the campaign "No, Not Again" to stop ex-prime ministers and ministers who are already tested and failed to address nepali peoples' problem. 

The campaign "No, Not Again" official facebook page gave clearification on an interview with Nepal Samaya's journalist Mr. Kashiram, it says. Recently this campaign is touching hearts of Nepalese people of all age. They have gained handsome followers on facebook too. Lets watch some videos about the discussion of recent political scenario.