Prime Minister KP Sharma is not taking the name of Oli’s difficulties after the gift of Nepali village to China. After the rebellion in the party, the main opposition Nepali Congress has now opened a front against the government. Please tell that Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda, chairman of the ruling Nepal Communist Party, has openly criticized PM Oli and is demanding his resignation.

Nepali Congress proposal in Parliament
The Nepali Congress, Nepal’s opposition party, has proposed seeking to regulate China’s encroachment in the lower house of parliament. Nepali Congress MP Devendra Raj Kandel, Satya Narayan Sharma Khanal and Sanjay Kumar Gautam have proposed the proposal. According to this, ‘China has encroached on 64 hectares of land in Dolka, Humla, Sindhupalchauk, Sankhuvasabha, Gorkha and Rasuwa districts.’

China accused of missing border pillar, diverting rivers
Recently, in the media, quoting the report of the survey department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of Nepal, it was claimed that China has occupied 10 places. 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. Nepal’s Foreign Ministry has issued a clarification regarding the cotton in its statement, but has not said anything about seizing the land on the pretext of construction for the road network in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR).

Nepali Foreign Ministry denied
The Nepalese Foreign Ministry issued a statement denying reports that China is occupying Nepali villages. The statement said that the pillars which are being said to be missing, were not actually there. However, the government, in its statement, has not said anything about grabbing land by turning rivers in Tibet. The ministry has said That some media reports have talked about encroachment on Nepal-China border. These reports are based on the alleged ‘report’ of the Ministry of Agriculture which the Ministry has already denied and the matter does not come under its jurisdiction. The ministry says that the demarcation was done between Nepal and China under the October 5, 1961 border treaty and the protocol was signed by both countries.

Nepal said- ‘There were no poles at all’
At the same time, the Ministry has also clarified that the columns of 37 and 38 which are being said to be missing, were never imposed on the consent of the two countries in view of the natural situation. The ministry says that if there is an issue, the Government of Nepal will resolve it by talking to the authorities concerned. The Ministry, while stating a sensitive matter with the media, asked for confirmation of the information before commenting to the media so that relations between the two friendly countries are not affected.

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