Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli met with various leaders, including the ruling Communist Party, for ignoring diplomatic rules and meeting with Samant Kumar Goel, the head of India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) intelligence agency. I am at the center of criticism.
Kathmandu: Samant Kumar Goel, head of India’s Intelligence Agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) by Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, ignoring diplomatic regulations Due to meeting with the ruling Communist Party ( Ruling Communist Party ) was criticized by various leaders, including
Goyal met Oli at his official residence here on Wednesday evening. However, the visit by the head of the Indian Intelligence Agency did not get along well with some political leaders including the ruling Communist Party of Nepal (NCP). Ruling party leader Bhim Rawal said the meeting between RAW chief Goyal and Prime Minister Oli was against diplomatic rules. And it didn’t satisfy Nepal’s national interest. He said: “Since this meeting has been held in a non-transparent way without consulting the relevant division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it will also weaken our state system.”
The army chief will also visit Nepal
Vishnu Rijal, deputy head of the NCP’s foreign affairs cell, said: “Diplomacy should be handled not by politicians but by diplomats. The current skeptical diplomacy about the RAW chief’s visit is the result of being handled by politicians ”. Central Nepalese Congress Leader Gagan Thapa tweeted: This meeting is not only a violation of diplomatic rules, it also threatens our national security. It should be investigated ”. Nepal’s three former prime ministers – Prachanda Pushp Kamal Dahal Prachanda, Madhav Kumar Nepal (both leaders of the NCP) and Sher Bahadur Deuba of the Nepali Congress denied the media that they too had the head of Raw Met with Goyal’s visit precedes the visit of the chief general of the Indian army MM Narwane to Nepal in the first week of November.
Dispute with Nepal
After Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the 80 kilometer long strategic route connecting Lipulekh and Dharchula in Uttarakhand on 8 May. Tension had arisen between the two countries. Nepal opposed this inauguration, claiming that this road crosses its territory. A few days later he released a new map and showed Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura in its range. India also released a new map in November 2019 in which these areas were shown within their limits. India expressed a strong response to the release of the map of Nepal and called it a “unilateral act”. He said that ‘the artificial extension of the territorial claim is not acceptable to him.