People in Nepal are fed up with Chinese antics. Pressure on Oli is now mounting to speak out against China’s relentless forays into Nepal’s border area.
Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli (File photo).
Kathmandu: The government of Nepal, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, is facing popular opposition. Oli’s silence on China’s affairs has started to shake people in Nepal. People in Nepal are fed up with Chinese antics. Pressure on Oli is now mounting to speak out against China’s relentless forays into Nepal’s border area. According to recent reports, China has invaded the Nepalese region in the Humla district. China created border pillar number 12 here. Surprisingly, China has not even informed Nepal of this, while a border pillar cannot be built without a bilateral agreement.
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A Nepalese congressional team led by Nepalese MP Jeevan Bahadur Shahi and the opposition party of Nepal recently visited Nepal’s northern border. He spent 11 days there and found that the pillar number
within the Nepal region was damaged and China rebuilt it without informing anyone.
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Not only that, people from Oli’s party and government are also speaking openly about China’s invasion of the Nepal attack district. Local public officials accused China of invading the Nepalese region and appealed to the government to form a team to conduct an on-site inspection to uncover the truth.
However, the Oli administration in Nepal has continually denied that China has invaded Nepalese territory. Bhim Rawal, a senior leader of the ruling party, on Monday appealed to the government to release facts on the Nepal-China border issue.
Chinese soldiers attacked
MP Jeevan Bahadur Shahi said that with the construction of this pillar, China entered the Nepal region within a kilometer and a half. Not only that, he said that when his team reached Pilar number 11 during the cross-border inspection, Chinese soldiers targeted him with tear gas. Balls shot.