No form of encroachment of Nepali territory tolerable: NC President Deuwa
Kathmandu, Nov. 7: Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has clarified that it is intolerable to see any form of encroachment of Nepali territory.
A press note issued by Nepali Congress has stated Congress President Deuba remained Indian Envoy Manjib Singh Puri through telephone that Kalapani and Lipulek are an inseparable part of Nepali territory and the new map issued by India including those territories is objectionable.
The press note also stated that regarding the territorial integrity of the country, all should rise above the party politics and seek the solution to such problems through the diplomatic channel. The note also called the government to lead such efforts.
Likewise, Nepal Communist Party senior leader Jhalanath Khanal has said the government should be serious regarding the encroachment of Nepali land in the recently published map by India.
Releasing a press note today, leader Khanal urged the government to protect the county’s sovereignty and geographical integrity. He urged the government to present historical data related to encroached Nepali land, hold talks with the government of India and address the problem through the diplomatic channels.