Nepal passes updated map bill, escalates border dispute with India

Nepal’s parliament passes monthly bill to update map incorporating Indian territories

Nepal’s nationwide assembly on Thursday, June 18 passed the controversial invoice on its up to date political-administrative map which contains sections of Indian territory. The transfer has escalated the border dispute with India.

The New Map Amendment Invoice (Coat of Arms) refers to an up to date map which displays strategically critical Indian territories of Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura as territories of Nepal.

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Nepal’s higher residence handed the new monthly bill unanimously with 57 votes in assistance

Last Saturday, Nepal’s residence of reps, handed the invoice in the lower household, paving way for its passage in the upper property on Thursday. Nepal’s upper dwelling handed the new invoice unanimously with 57 votes in support and votes versus or abstained. The President of Nepal has now to give her assent to the bill.

The governing administration in New Delhi past 7 days known as it a violation and an artificial enlargement of statements. “This synthetic enlargement of promises is not primarily based on historical reality or proof and is not tenable. It is also violative of our current knowledge to keep talks on remarkable boundary challenges,” the federal government spokesperson experienced reported.

Incidentally, Nepalese students in Delhi protested versus Chinese aggression from India in Ladakh in which 20 Indian troopers have been killed in a violent stand-off. The sit-in outside the house Nepal’s embassy was arranged by Human Rights and Peace Culture Nepal. The students urged China to prevent war and encourage peace.