Voice of Voiceless:
They can't speak out as us, they can't read and write as us but they do have their feelings as ours. being as a human being they also do have their desire as ours, they also wanted to live freely as us, they don't have enough power of money as others but unfortunately they can't share their own feelings with others. Yes they are real poor people who lives in Magurmadhi 5 magar tole Mechinagar Jhapa.
There are two families of 'Kisan community" who are totally suffering from human right. in total 6 members in two household they can't speak as verbal language but they can speak in sign language. they can work as normal people, they do know how to live but they don't have enough land to grow the food that's why they do fishing as a occupation. they do have shelter but they don't have basic things for human body. they are living in a 5 dhur "Ailaani" land, they have their own home made by bamboo but they don't have enough carpet and dubbed to sleep in soil. they hardly have their two pots to cook a food but they don't have enough food to cook. they usually go to river side and bring the fish and make them lunch, breakfast and dinner as their choice!
The kisan people get the financial support from government (1000rs per month per person) but i don't know do they or not? coz they are totally voice less. their kids who are nearly 5 or 6 year old he can speak in their language but rest of all the family members are multi disable. my friend and me were there for Social inclusion research, we have been in last October, it was evening time when we have been there first time. one of the house hold head lady was washing the ""Ghungi" and small fishes as their dinner. we tried to speak with them coz we didn't knew they were disable later on we knew they can't speak out as normal people. she started to mumble in her language but both of us were out of knowledge about sing language. we find some relatives and other neighbor to know about them unfortunately we found one old lady who was deaf and one guy who was drunk. later on we found one lady of their village and started to gossip with her. her (that disable ladies) face become bright and her eyes been excited, might be she knew that we were there for the research about their cast and community that disable lady came to us and again started to sharing her painful story with us (i just guess that she was telling the story about their family) but unfortunately i didn't understand what she was saying, hardly i guess that she was inviting us again (feri aaunu hai). i feel very sorry for them. In second meeting we notice that they are not allow to speak with other near their neighbor. they are not allow to work as other in around the villager.
these guys are only few example but nearly half of the population is living as their life, in the context of nepali society there is huge difference between civil and leaders. leaders are fighting for money, power and their name and fame but poor civil's are fighting for the life, they are fighting for live. that's why leader's need to wake up from dream this is the real voice of voiceless.