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Govt registers Constitution amendment proposal at Parliament Secretariat

Govt registers Constitution amendment proposal at Parliament Secretariat

KATHMANDU: Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, on behalf of the Government of Nepal, has registered a structure modification invoice within the Parliament Secretariat to amend the structure to include the newly issued political, administrative map of the nation.

Nepal’s map will now be revised by the structure modification invoice.

The Cabinet assembly held at this time on the Prime Minister’s official residence in Baluwatar determined to amend Schedule three of the structure to incorporate the land encroached by India on Nepal’s political map.

Minister of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Shiv Maya Tumbahangphe mentioned that the federal government wished the structure to be amended by quick observe course of.

The authorities on Wednesday had issued Nepal’s new political and administrative map depicting Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani areas as Nepal’s territory.

However, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs objected to the issuance of the map by Nepal, saying the map included Indian territory and such ‘synthetic enlargement of territorial claims wouldn’t be accepted by India.

Diplomatic points apart, the Indian media has taken it upon itself to bend the narrative of the matter by inserting unsupported claims of their reporys. Social networking websites customers on either side of the border have, too, been relentlessly debating the matter reasonably voraciously throughout numerous platforms.




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