The Government of India has registered its official protest by sending diplomatic notes on the new map of Nepal. Nepali media quoted an MP as saying that the Indian government had on June 24 protested by sending diplomatic notes to the Government of Nepal on the map. In this new map, Nepal has shown India’s scripts, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura in its territory.
India officially opposed the map
According to the Kathmandu Post report, Chairman of the Delegated Rights Management and Government Assurance Committee of the National Assembly (Nepali Parliament), Narayan Bidari told that the Nepali Foreign Ministry told the committee meeting that on June 24, India sent a diplomatic note to Nepal to map Had expressed his opposition to
India sent diplomatic notes on 24 June
The Nepalese Ministry of External Affairs has not said publicly about India’s diplomatic note. Nor has India disclosed about sending the note. Bidri said that India had sent a protest letter to the Ministry of External Affairs on 24 June, rejecting the claims made by Nepal and we have received a copy of the letter.
Nepali cabinet passed the map
The new map of Nepal was approved by the Oli government from the cabinet. After which both the houses of Nepali Parliament unanimously passed the Constitution Amendment Bill on the map. After which President Bidya Devi Bhandari signed it and completed the process of changing the map.
India still protested
India had protested since the beginning of the new map of Nepal. Nepal’s move was called unilateral action in a statement issued hours after the Indian government’s foreign ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava published the new map of the Oli government. He also said that the new map of Nepal is not based on historical facts and evidence.