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Warning Shots Issued for Nepal by RAW- Unrests may start early next year

File Photo: Nepal’s Prime Minister and Indian RAW Chief File Photo: Nepal’s Prime Minister and Indian RAW Chief

KATHMANDU, 25 October 2020, (TON): As the visit of Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief to Nepal leaked out, Nepal’s Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli is in real fix as the pressure groups are not letting the Nepalese leadership to play with internal security situation of the country. The ruling Communist Party leaders have criticized Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, for breaching diplomatic norms of the country by meeting Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief Samant Kumar Goel.

RAW Chief met Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli and other Nepalese politicians on Wednesday evening through back door channel. The Nepal’s the Foreign Ministry was unaware of any such meeting and showed surprise over Indian violation of diplomatic channel. There seem to be concrete plan to crack down Maoists and Communists in India and Nepal. Earlier Gorkhas refused to return from leave for deployment against China.

Nepali Congress central leader Gagan Thapa in a tweet said the meeting posed a threat to national security. “The meeting was not only the breach of our diplomatic norms but it also poses threat to our national security, which needs to be investigated into. Meanwhile, Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leaders were of the opinion that RAW Chief is planning operations against the people of Nepal to create unrest and suspicions in the minds of other political leaders against each other.

If we recall, On September 14, Delhi Police's Special Cell had arrested Sharma, for allegedly working for Chinese and Nepalese intelligences and arrested his accomplices belonging to Nepal and China. .

In the near past, India and Nepal developed tense relations since Nepal realized that India has occupied its territories. New Delhi issued warnings and threats to force Katmandu to take back its claims but Nepal threatened to announce war on India. To diffuse the tensions, Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane has planned visit of Nepal next month. India and Nepal are at loggerheads over development of streets infringe zones, which Nepal claims as its own. This year Nepal fought opening of a fringe street in the province of Uttarakhand that ends at India-Nepal-China tri-intersection.  

Relationship between India and Nepal further worsen afte Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli announced that Lord Ram was born Madi Municipality of Chitwan district not in Ayodhya of Uttar Pradesh in India. He further announced that his government has decided to allot the land for the construction of Ayodhyapuri Dham. Earlier, on 14 July, Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli revealed to the public that the birth place of Lord Ram is Nepal, and not in Ayodhya of Uttar Pradesh in India. Local government of Nepal’s Madi Municipality of Chitwan district has decided to build Ayodhyapuri Dham spanning over 100 Bighas or 40 acres. It is a located where Lord Ram is believed to have been born. It was informed that 100 bigha land of present Ayodhyapuri Park has been allocated for the construction of Ayodhyapuri Dham at ward 8 and 9.

 

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