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Non-Resident Nepali (NRN) versus Non-Resident Bhutanese (NRB) status

Started by BNS Forum, May 02, 2022, 10:51 AM

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Dr DNS Dhakal explained to the Bhutan News Service (BNS) why, in his opinion: "As former Bhutanese refugees, we must advocate for Non-Resident Nepali (NRB) and not Non-Resident Bhutanese (NRN) status". Do you agree with his conclusions? why? why not?

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I do agree with the idea of forming a non-resident Bhutanese(ex-Bhutanese) organization of any name as a platform for serving the short and long run interests of the Bhutanese diaspora. In fact, this is overdue.

Having said that, I am absolutely NOT in favor of making anything like a Non-Resident Nepalese(NRN) organization. That is a Nepalese organization which serves their interests.

Our political history as former citizens of Bhutan and not Nepalese citizens puts us in a different spectrum where we cannot seek NRN membership even if we want to. I am glad that the Nepalese Constitution and NRN Constitution have such provisions that limit our eligibility for seeking NRN membership.       

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