China occupied the territory of Nepal (China Nepal Border Issues)
China in Nepal’s Humla District: China has put up wires and fences in Humla district of Nepal to show its presence. This information has been given in the report of the Study Panel constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Nepal. The local news website Kathmandu Post, quoting the Ministry of Home Affairs, has reported that many problems have been identified along the Nepal China border in Humla. Joint secretary Jai Narain, who headed the panel, submitted a report on the issue to Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand after conducting a field study in September.
According to the report, many problems have been detected from pillar number 4 to 13 on the Nepal-China border in Humla. The panel has also made some recommendations to the government in its report. According to the report, the limit that has been violated. It was determined between China and Nepal in the year 1963 (Nepal China Border Issues). Then pillars were put up to mark the boundary. But China has occupied the territory of Nepal by violating this border. Here he has put up fences.
There is also a plan to build a canal and a road
The Kathmandu Post said, ‘It has been found that China has erected fences in Nepalese territory. China is also building a 145 meter canal in Nepalese territory. He also wants to build a road here. As soon as the information was received, the Armed Police Force of Nepal opposed it. The fences put up here were removed. Whose debris is visible (China in Nepal’s Territory). China has cordoned off Pillar 6 (1). Which falls in Nepalese territory. China has tried to show its presence in the area between Pillar 6 (1) and Pillar 5 (2). When the local officials of Nepal reached here, they did not even see Pillar 7 (2) on the Chinese side. ‘
China violating border rules
After this it was found that China is violating the border rules. The panel report also said that between Pillar 5 (2) and Pillar 4, China is not allowing the people of Nepal to graze their cattle. He is stopping people from coming to his area. The Nepal government has raised this issue with the Chinese government through the Chinese embassy. Several rounds of discussion have also taken place to resolve this matter (Nepal China Border Dispute). On Tuesday, there was a phone conversation between Nepal’s Foreign Minister Narayan Khadka and his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi. During this, he has also talked on the border dispute.
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