Let's play a game, imagine you are a Madhesi from Siraha who came to Kathmandu to make some money so that you can repay the debts of the landlords that your parents took when you were little. Now you have to make ends meet in this capital city where people don't like you do (for the most part) and don't speak like you do.
You found a job in a small grocery shop, a vegetable stall, thanks to Lakhaniya's uncle's connection and found a cramped up apartment that you share with 7 other people from other parts of Terai. Things are looking good and you are going to start a new day tomorrow.
Bam!! reality hits. These people aren't nice. They call you names and make fun of your language. Three high school kids even stole some banana from your stall and the spectators across the street just laughed at this. After the hard day's work, you go to shop around for basic necessities but the treatment you get is slighly better than the homeless off the street, even though you are paying for your goods.
Now you hear you have a shot at carving your separate country from these oppressors if you just support Mr. Raut. Hell yeah, you'd do it.
Or would you?
Mr. Rauts anger and complaints are not made-up stuff. When he experienced the entire city march against his kind during Rhitik Rhoshan kanda, he didn't feel Nepali. When 9 Nepalis were massacred in Iraq and Nepali community went mad against the muslims, he didn't feel part of the hindu region. To this day, people call him Madhise- not Nepali. Why then should he have any obligations towards one Nepal?
Because, he is an educated rational being. You will see racism everywhere. You go to south and you will still see rampant racism against people of color; that doesn't mean you should start carving a nation. We have been ignorant in the past but that doesn't mean you should separate a country that is already small. That's not how a rational person thinks; a rational person thinks one day he can be the first president of the country even though he is a madhesi.
You will never be part of Nepal until you start thinking you might be a part of Nepal. You will never be a Nepali until you forgive another Nepali. Separation is not the solution, it's termination of solutions (not issues).
I certainly expected something better from a person who signs his name with two characters in front.