Nepal has asked India not to build roads on its land


Nepal on Sunday once again reminded India not to build any road in Nepali territory unilaterally.

The reaction came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Uttarakhand on December 30 that his government was planning to widen the road along the border.

Addressing an election rally, Modi announced that his government had built a road to Lipulekh and had further plans to expand it.

Reacting to Prime Minister Modi’s statement after the political turmoil in Nepal, Nepal’s Information and Communications Minister Gyanendra Bahadur Karki said on Sunday that the Nepalese government was asking India to pave the way for Nepal. Do not expand and build. Unilateral territory.

The Indian government is building a road from Lipulekh to Kailash Mansarovar in China’s Tibet Autonomous Region.

Following the controversy in Nepal over Modi’s statement, the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu issued a statement on Saturday stating that any outstanding border issues with Nepal would be resolved through established mechanisms and channels. ۔

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