Prakash Saput’s new song ‘Peer’ has been dragged into controversy less than 24 hours after its release. The 16 minutes and 25 seconds long song based on the grief of the People’s Liberation Army participating in the People’s War is currently trending on YouTube.
After the song became public, it has been heavily criticized by Maoist circles. Pancha Singh, chairperson of the CPN-Maoist-affiliated ANNISU-WU Krantikari has warned Saput to remove the song.
However, after the song became public, it has been heavily criticized by Maoist circles. Pancha Singh, chairperson of the CPN-Maoist-affiliated ANNISU-WU Krantikari, has warned Saput to remove the song. She has said that she will not tolerate irresponsible actions if the song is not removed from YouTube immediately after apologizing to the public.
He wrote on social media: There is a debate that the lives of some ministers, honorable people and dignitaries have changed due to the Great People’s War and the People’s Liberation Army Nepal and the general cadres have not been managed. The leadership is not unaware of the management of the families of the martyrs, the families of the disappeared, the former People’s Liberation Army of Nepal and the general cadres participating in the people’s war. Some attempts have not been successful.
Attempts are being made at various levels to say that there is nothing wrong with the management, but the video titled “Peer” uploaded on YouTube by Prakash Saput ji is objectionable and reprehensible.
Prakash ji has to explain to you that 33% participation of women has been ensured in every body of the state where women have achieved freedom, justice and equality due to the people’s war. You soon forgot that the women who participated in the People’s War also fought against your freedom and the caste discrimination you suffered. I would like to warn you not to tolerate such irresponsible behavior if the video of your pir made in such a way as to insult those sisters is not removed from YouTube immediately.
Similarly, Maoist central member Deepshikha has also objected to the song. He writes, ‘When a creator starts trading on creation, he looks at the market and kills himself with the emotions of the people. Prakash Saput is a good creator! Don’t kill creation in business!
Don’t make a political angle on the whole aspect of the ‘Pir’ concept, but the way he portrays the lack of a female guerrilla fighting the Maoist people’s war in the ‘prostitution’ trade is not only objectionable but also punishable. So one of my questions to the creator Saput – are the destitute, frustrated and poor women who do prostitution? ‘