Nationality Fire Sparks Against Indian Ruler’s Move To Built Road Via Nepalese Territory To Mansarovar

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May 10, 2020
Nationality fire sparks among Nepalese against Indian rulers as they innaugurate a 80 km road to Mansarovar via Nepalese territory in Lipulekh.
The social medias are bursting with Nepalese people’s concern over Indian Ruler’s move to built a road connecting Mansarovar in China via Nepalese Territory from Delhi.
Huge demonstrations are speculated amid Covid-19 pandemic taking it’s toll.
The gatherings or protest against Indian interference can take place in Kathmandu and other cities following the disputed issues.
India has announced the inauguration of the opening of a road via Lipulekh, a territory on Nepal’s side.
Despite the fury generated over the inclusion of Kalapani on a new Indian map, the Nepal government has not taken any concrete or diplomatic steps to claim.
India on Friday said it has inaugurated a link road from Dharchula to Lipulekh.
Lipulekh is a strip of land on the northwestern edge of Nepal, lodged between Nepal, India and Tibet. While some call it a tri-junction between these three countries, Nepal has been claiming the southern part of the pass.
India’s Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the newly built road on Friday.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Pradeep Gyawali says that Nepal had taken up the matter with India, but said that he would only issue an official statement after receiving a detailed report from the Nepali Embassy in New Delhi.