Nepal’s PM Said ‘Will Take Back Kalapani and Lipulek’

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Nepal PM KP Sharma Oli said that Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, and Lipulekh belong to them. They will take it back. The truth will prevail in this case.

Nepal, which has been showing vigor since the road from India to Lipulekh, has released a new map showing the audacity in the midst of the border dispute, in which India’s Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, and Lipulekh have been given their share.

Meanwhile, a youth organization of Nepal has started the journey in Nepal by announcing the flag of Nepal in the script. PM Oli has said that by placing the army at places like Kalapani, Lipulekh, etc., it has made it a disputed area.

After this, the Nepalese people have been banned from going there. He said that Nepal’s friendship with India requires the removal of historical misconceptions.

‘Our land has been captured and disputed’

PM Oli said in Parliament that on behalf of the present government he wants to convey the status of the Prime Minister that the subject of Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura, and Kalapani will not be allowed to disappear. Their land has been captured and disputed.

Said to bring back the land by negotiating through diplomatic means. Informing the Council of Ministers about the release of the new flag of Nepal, he said that it will be made public in a day or two. At the same time, China said that this is a mutual matter between India and Nepal, they will not interfere in it.

Nepal had last week protested against the inauguration of the road connecting Lipulekh pass to Dharchula in Uttarakhand. Nepal claims that this construction has taken place in its border, while India is firm that this part of Pithoragarh district is completely in the Indian border.


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