Govt commissions experts to collect evidence on border claim
Kathmandu, June 12
The authorities of Nepal has shaped an consultants’ staff to gather proof to show that the disputed area of Kalapani belongs to Nepal, not India, traditionally.
A latest cupboard assembly shaped the nine-member staff, based on the federal government spokesperson, Finance Minister Yuba Raj Khatiwada.
Conflict knowledgeable Bishnu Raj Uprety heads the staff whereas the members embrace Surya Prasad Subedi, Ramesh Dhungel, Bipin Adhikari, Jagat Bhusal, Toya Nath Baral, Himalaya Thapa, Apsara Chapagain, and Ram Prasad Subedi.
Meanwhile, some stakeholders have criticised the federal government choice citing it has already revealed a brand new political map of the nation incorporating the disputed area claiming the nation had sufficient historic proof to claim its possession over the disputed land.
After India inaugurated a hyperlink street to Manasarovar through the disputed area, Nepal had issued the brand new map. Currently, the federal government is ready for India’s response to a diplomatic answer to the decades-old drawback.
Published on June 12th, Friday, 2020 11:10 AM