WorldNepal's ruling party opposes PM Modi's statement regarding road...

Nepal’s ruling party opposes PM Modi’s statement regarding road expansion in Lipulekh


- Advertisment -spot_img

During an election rally in Uttarakhand on December 30, Narendra Modi had said that his government was going to expand the road in Lipulekh. After this, the Nepali Congress, the main party of Nepal’s ruling coalition, objected to this and said that this issue is against the agreement between the two countries. Nepal has been claiming Lipulekh as its share.

(Photo Credits: Twitter/@SJaishankar)

New Delhi: Nepal’s ruling party, the Nepali Congress, has criticized Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for announcing a road extension in the Lipulekh region. Significantly, Nepal has been making such claims that Lipulekh is a part of it.

During an election rally in Uttarakhand on December 30, Prime Minister Modi had said that his government had built a road till Lipulekh and it was being expanded further.

The politics of Nepal has come to a boil due to Modi’s statement for the last two weeks. However, the Government of Nepal has not given any official statement on the matter.

Whereas on Friday evening, the ruling coalition’s main party Nepali Congress issued this statement through the newspaper Republic of Kathmandu, ‘The issue of road construction in Lipulekh is against the agreement of the India-Nepal Joint Commission, in which all bilateral issues are diplomatic. It was a matter to be resolved through treaty/agreements. This is objectionable and should be stopped immediately.

The statement was signed by two secretaries of the Nepali Congress. He has said in this statement, ‘The Nepali Congress clearly believes that Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani are Nepali territories. Indian soldiers stationed in Kalapani should return immediately.

A similar controversy arose after Defense Minister Rajnath Singh launched a road in Lipulekh in 2020, leading Nepal’s Prime Minister and CPN leader KP Oli to release a new political map claiming the area. .

Earlier this week, the main opposition parties CPN-UML, Bibeksheel Samadha Nepali and ruling coalition partner CPN (Unified Socialists) also issued statements opposing Prime Minister Modi’s statement.

Categories: world, india, special

Tagged as: India, India-Nepal Joint Commission, India-Nepal Relation, Narendra Modi, Nepal, Nepali Congress, News, Rajnath Singh, The Wire Hindi, Uttarakhand


Latest news

MP: Elderly couple put to death on suspicion of witchcraft in Jabalpur, bodies burnt by setting fire to hut

Jabalpur: In Madhya Pradesh, once again a case of murder due to superstition has come to the fore. ...

PM Modi said in the meeting of the World Economic Forum, India is focusing on Make in India Make for World

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the World Economic Forum. He addressed the virtual Davos agenda....

Jannat Zubair showed a captivating performance on the song ‘Tera Fitoor’, fans were fascinated by the traditional avatar…Watch Video

Mumbai. A favorite of television and digital platforms, talented young actress Jannat Zubair Rahmani is seen quite active on...

Sara Tendulkar Latest Pics: Sara Tendulkar is spending her vacation in Goa, fans are in awe of her beauty

Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar's daughter Sara Tendulkar has once again won the hearts of millions of her fans with her...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

RIP Pandit Birju Maharaj: Madhuri Dixit pays tribute on the death of her guru, shared her lessons

Mumbai. The emperor of Kathak world Pandit Birju Maharaj At the age of 83, he said goodbye to...

MP: SP took action regarding 3 deaths due to spurious liquor in Bhind, 2 station in-charges suspended

Bhind. In Madhya Pradesh's Bhind district, 3 lives have been lost due to spurious liquor so far, due to...

Must read

PM Modi said in the meeting of the World Economic Forum, India is focusing on Make in India Make for World

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you