Nepal government to work on the invaded territory

Nepal government to work on the invaded territory

KP Oli, Prime Minister has stated the government is operating firmly to bring back the Nepali region invaded by India on the western border.

On Monday, in his guidance at the Secretariat Meeting of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) conducted at his residence in Baluwatar, the prime minister stated the government is operating to make Nepal’s official status for beginning discussions with India concerning Indian formation of Kalapani and other territories in its political map.

The prime minister stated all historical proof to support Nepal’s position that Kalapani, Lipu Lekh, and Limpiyadhura referred to Nepal at the moment of the signing of the Sugauli Treaty with the then British India will be handled. “There will be negotiations with India through appropriate diplomatic channel once Nepal’s official position is prepared,” stated NCP Secretariat Member Narayan Kaji Shrestha.

There now is a Boundary Working Group of Nepal and India to determine the prominent border problems. While the Joint Commission (JC) conference conducted in 2014, the two nations had accepted to resolve the leading border issues along with Kalapani through foreign secretary-level mechanisms with technical information from the Department of Survey.

Among mounting rallies over the nation against the new Indian political map, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) has demanded the Indian team to list a foreign secretary-level conference as recognized while the JC conference held in 2014 to resolve the problems once and for all.

On Thursday, Nepali ambassador to India Nilamber Acharya joined with Indian Foreign Secretary Vijaya Gokhale and asked him for listing the Foreign Secretary-level conference at the most advanced possible date.

Although the Indian team, as per Nepali officials, has replied to Nepal’s call, the specific date is yet to be settled.

“Nepal has already drawn the attention of the Indian side through our embassy in New Delhi. Negotiations will be expedited with India soon to resolve these issues through the appropriate diplomatic channel,” Shrestha stated.

On Monday, inscribing a gathering of the Parliamentary Committee on International Relations, Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali stated the invaded region of Nepal will be brought back in a subtle way.

Former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal had urged the government to assemble all testimony before resting for talks with the Indian rival.

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