- Nepal assumes its authority over the script, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, India showed them in its territory on the map
- Nepal had objected, Prime Minister Oli said – what is India's policy? Satyamev Jayate or Seemamev Jayate?
May 20, 2020, 03:33 PM IST
New Delhi / Kathmandu. Nepal's Prime Minister KP Oli said that Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura adjoining Tibet, China and India would be brought back at any cost. Without naming India, Prime Minister Oli said that now we will continue to bring these areas back through diplomatic means. If anyone is offended by this, we do not mind.
Ollie's kidney is transplanted two months ago. He then reached Parliament on Tuesday. During this the speaker Agni Sapkota allowed him to sit down and give a speech. Oli was speaking on the border dispute after approving the new political map from Nepal's cabinet.
Oli's answer to India's statement- We do what we do ourselves
Indian Army Chief MM Narwane had said that Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura had someone else behind Nepal's opposition. The Prime Minister of Nepal responded to this – Whatever we do, we do it ourselves. Want to have friendly relations with India. But I also want to ask what is India's policy? Simameva Jayate or Satyameva Jayate?
Oli also denied the allegation that Chinese ambassador Hou Yankee had helped save his chair when he faced rebellion within the party itself. Oli said, “Some people say that a foreign ambassador has saved his chair in power.” This government has been elected by the people of Nepal and no one can remove me. ”
India released its map in November 2019
India released its new political map on 2 November 2019. It has been prepared by the Department of Science and Technology in association with the Survey Department. It covers Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulekh areas in Indian territory. Nepal had objected to this even at that time. After this, the Indian Foreign Ministry denied any tampering with the border. The Ministry of External Affairs had said that there is no change in the border with Nepal in the new map. The map shows the sovereign region of India.
Since when and why is there a dispute?
The Sugauli Agreement was signed between Nepal and the British East India Company in 1816 after the Anglo-Nepal War. It depicts the Kali River as the western border of India and Nepal. On the basis of this, Nepal claims to be under the jurisdiction of Lipulekh and other three regions. However, the situation regarding the border between the two countries is unclear. Displays disputed areas of both countries under their jurisdiction.