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Ruling NCP (NCP) raise concerns over India’s unilateral move to open link road via Lipulekh

Ruling NCP (NCP) raise concerns over India’s unilateral move to open link road via Lipulekh


KATHMANDU: The ruling Nepali Communist Party (NCP) of Nepal has raised its considerations ver the difficulty of India inaugurating the hyperlink street to Lipulekh through Nepali Territory, on Saturday.

NCP (NCP) in a press launch, collectively issued by get together co-chairpersons KP Sharma Oli and Pushpa Kamal Dahal, seen that the Indian motion has undermined Nepal’s sovereignty.

According to the assertion, all historic info and proof, together with the Sugauli Treaty, clearly stipulate that the areas east of Kali (Mahakali) River, together with Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh are territories of Nepal.

The NCP additional famous that this reality was reiterated by Nepal on 15 May 2015 as nicely in response to the inclusion of Lipulekh Pass as a bilateral commerce route with out Nepal’s consent within the Joint Statement issued through the official go to of the Prime Minister of India to China.

In the assertion, NCP supported the federal government’s initiative to suggest dates for the assembly of international secretaries to resolve boundary points via diplomatic means bearing in mind the age-old pleasant ties between the 2 international locations.

NCP additional reiterated that the present unilateral motion has been forwarded opposite to Nepal’s repeated requests for resolving the boundary points via a longtime mechanism as agreed by the 2 governments on the highest political stage and urged each international locations to right away take obligatory initiatives to resolves all of the boundary points via diplomatic means.

Moreover, NCP referred to as for the instant halt within the development of the contested street to chorus from additional complicating the matter.

India had inaugurated the hyperlink street connecting to Lipu Lekh, on Friday.




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