China has now started capturing Nepal’s land as it is seated on Indian soil in Ladakh. According to the report of Nepal’s Ministry of Agriculture, China has occupied a total of 10 places in the country. Not only this, Beijing has converted and captured 33 hectares of Nepalese land by changing the stream of rivers. Even after India’s negotiation offer, the communist government of Nepal, which released the disputed map, has kept silent on this nefarious move of its mentor China, while the opposition has now started to fear the dragon. Even after India’s negotiation offer, the communist government of Nepal, which released the disputed map, has kept silent on this nefarious move of its mentor China, while the opposition has now started to fear the dragon.

The Vice President of the opposition Nepali Congress and the former Deputy Prime Minister of the country, Bimalinder Nidhi, have alleged that China is forcibly occupying Nepal’s land. He appealed to the KP Oli government to take action against the occupation of China’s Himalayas and Nepalese village Rui. He also said that the Chinese Communist Party is training the government and it should respond to the whole matter.

Nepal’s land occupied under the pretext of road construction
It is being told that China has occupied Nepal’s land on the pretext of road construction in Tibet. The Survey Department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of Nepal has a list of 11 such places, out of which China has occupied 10. Not only this, on the Nepalese land of 33 hectares, the rivers have been converted into natural boundaries and occupied. China has captured the village of Rui in Nepal and has allegedly removed the border columns of the village to legitimize the encroachment.

The Chinese government is building for a road network in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), which has changed the course of rivers and tributaries and is flowing towards Nepal. The document received by the news agency ANI claimed that if it continues, a large part of Nepal will move to TAR. This document warns that if steps are not taken in time, Nepal will lose more land.

The path of Bagdre Khola River and Karnali River changed
Due to China’s construction work, the path of Bagdre Khola River and Karnali River has been changed and over 10 hectares of land has been encroached in Humla district. Nepal’s 6 hectares of land has gone into encroachment due to the change of route to Singen, Bhurjuk and Jambu Khola in Rasuwa district. At the same time, China has already claimed 11 hectares of Nepal land to be in Tibet. It has been claimed due to a change in the way of Kharni Khola and Bhote Kosi in Sindhupalchok district.

China’s road construction in Tibet has occupied 9 hectares of land in Sankhuwasabha district due to the way of Samjung, Kama, and the Arun River. This document states, “If the land was reduced due to rivers, hundreds of hectares of land went into TAR. There is a big possibility that China will build its Border Observation Post (BOP) in these areas where its armed police will be stationed. In 1960, after the survey, the border of China was fixed by placing pillars but Nepal did nothing to secure the border.

Rui village is completely controlled by China
There are 100 pillars between Nepal and China and 8,553 pillars along the India border. According to the Nepali newspaper Annapurna Post, Rui village has become part of the autonomous region of Tibet since the year 2017. There are currently 72 houses in this village. The village of Rui is still included in the map of Nepal, but there is complete control of China. The border pillars of the village of Rui have been removed to legalize the encroachment. Residents living in 72 houses in Rui village are fighting for their original identity.

The present regime of Nepal has succumbed to China and they are not saying anything about this occupation. The leaders of the Communist Party of Nepal are now resorting to anti-India statements and anti-India activities. The government of Nepal is now engaged in creating a dispute at the behest of China, claiming its borders with India and three villages in India. Nepal has recently come out with a new map, which claims its parts of Indian territory in Pithoragarh district.

India rejected the disputed map of Nepal
India rejected this new map of Nepal, saying that it is not based on historical facts or evidence. The new political map of Nepal includes Lipulekh, Kalapani and parts of Limpiyadhura areas, Which has always been in Indian territory. Nepal’s President Bidya Devi Bhandari signed a Constitution Amendment Bill last week to change the map of Nepal by including Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura. With this, the process of implementing the new map has been officially completed.

Relations between India and Nepal were strained when Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the strategically important 80-km road connecting Dipulekh Pass in Uttarakhand to Dharchula on May 8. Nepal reacted sharply to the opening of this road, claiming that the road passes through the Nepali region. India rejected Nepal’s claims, reiterating that the road was completely located in its territory.

Nepal government attacking India instead of China
Instead of objecting to Chinese illegal occupation and increasing incursions into Nepalese borders, the KP Sharma Oli government is unnecessarily seeking to interfere in India’s sovereignty. In addition to the new map, the Oli government is obstructing the dam repair work at Gandak Barrage, creating a flood hazard in Bihar during the monsoon. Sources said that this provoking step is being done by Nepal at the behest of China, Which has made the world helpless by spreading infectious corona virus. China is aggressively pursuing its expansionist policy.

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