The Voice for the voiceless: FlowPilot

A justice from the same government which led the rape and death of her daughter.

Flow Pilot also known as P!lot.
Flow Pilot also known as P!lot.

Nirmala Pant rape case was a mass-talked topic few months earlier as everyone concerned were raising voice against the rapist to hung them. Tired as everyone left those strike and went on their own work, her father and mother are still striving to get justice. A justice from the same government which led the rape and death of her daughter.

Even the people in power struggles in country like ours for normal justice. But the case like rape are even when taken seriously, Nirmala’s parents are still in darkness if it comes to light of justice. Either the death or right law will only give them pure justice. But will they get it?

Various people fighting by staying with them are well-wishers with huge number but people supporting them on social media are also on large amount. Writing articles on their favor and singing for them is a better way of supporting.

Meanwhile, a rapper from Hetauda, Ashmin Parajuli known by his stage name ‘Flowpilot’ recently released a song on same matter. The very song made on Nepali Hip-Hop genre is titled ‘Selyeka Aawaj’.

Meanwhile, a Nepalese rapper from Hetauda, Ashmin Parajuli popular by his stage name ‘Pilot’ released a song on same topic. Started his career four years ago and also being featured in Rawbarz, he is well-known for his rapping skills.

The music video portrays a life of girl who is raped and killed later. With beautiful flows on lyrics and rhyming pattern, the song also backfires on the condition of government being stable, ignoring unjustified situations and being careless. The singer stated that he wants people to fight for justice after listening to his song.

Hope song reaches out to people who’ll be concerned with the matter going on. Justice delayed is justice denied shouldn’t be matter anymore. Let’s fight for justice!

Voice For Nirmala Pant.
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