October 1, 2020

Nepal Denies Report About China Occupying Land In 7 Border Districts

Nepal Denies Report About China Occupying Land In 7 Border Districts

Nepal stated the federal government report cited to again the declare didn’t exist.

New Delhi:

Nepal has strongly denied media studies that China has been taking on its territory at a number of locations with the assist of Prime Minister Ok P Sharma Oli’s authorities.

Information company ANI had stated that China has illegally occupied Nepal’s land in a number of locations spreading over seven bordering districts citing a report by the Survey Division of Agriculture Ministry of Nepal.

Nepalese authorities sources have firmly refuted the report, saying that the declare first made by a number one media outlet in Nepal in June had additionally been denied. The newspaper had additionally issued an apology for publishing the report.

In a press release then, Nepal’s international ministry had stated, “The information allegedly based mostly on the ‘report’ of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Improvement which that Ministry has already refuted and clarified stating that such ‘report’ would not exist and that the subject material would not fall beneath its jurisdiction.”

“It might be recalled that the boundary between Nepal and China was delineated and demarcated on the premise of the Boundary Treaty of 5 October 1961 and the next protocols signed between the 2 nations,” it stated.

“Boundary Markers No. 37 and 38 reported as lacking within the media studies have by no means been erected as agreed between the 2 nations owing to pure circumstances,” the international ministry stated.

“The Authorities of Nepal will remedy via mutual session between the involved authorities of the 2 nations in case any concern arises. The Ministry requests the media to confirm the data from the related authorities earlier than commenting on such delicate issues which can adversely have an effect on the relations between the 2 pleasant neighbours,” it added.