Nepal shows angry on Kalapani as Part of India in New Map


India creates Nepali terrain by creating fake Map, Nepali land Kalapani in India on a new map!

After India released a new political map, the Nepal-India border dispute has come a new way. Last Sunday, the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs released a new map of India

By repealing Article 4 of the Indian Constitution, the Indian government had made Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh a union territory. India has made a new political and administrative map public after Jammu and Kashmir was formerly a union territory. 

In the map that was made public on Sunday, Nepal has included the terrain it claims to have on its mapIndia has made the map public by placing Kalapani, Limpiadhura, and Lipulek within their own country. 

Padmalal Biswakarma, the former chairperson of the International Relations Committee of the Parliament, said that the government should take immediate steps to correct it after India issues a new map covering the territory of Nepal

Lokantar Biswakarma said, “The Kalapani coming from Lipulek was considered an international border in the past but it seems that they are now forging a fake Kalapani.”


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Biswakarma alleged that the Indian side was working to create a fake border by holding fake security camps. According to him, the Indian home ministry has identified the same fake border. 

‘The state must investigate immediately!’ Vishwakarma said, ‘It had to be negotiated on an island-wide basis and combined with the old and new maps. There are people paying taxes from the Nepalese side, it is clear how much is the official land of Nepal. The state should take action accordingly. ‘

Biswakarma recalled that while he was the president, the International Relations Committee of Parliament decided not to issue a new map as long as there were disputes over Susta and Kalapani.

“At that time we recommended that the map be released only after the dispute was resolved,” Biswakarma said.

According to Article 8 of the Sugauli Treaty between the East India Company and Nepal, “the King of Nepal and his successors or heirs shall cease to have relations with the countries west of the Kali river and to abandon all claims and have no interest in those countries or their inhabitants”. Former expert Ratan Bhandari says.

According to the treaty, two villages in the Beas area, known as Vyas Prajna, namely Vyas Prajna, which are located at the top of the Mahakali river, have been divided. Of these, five villages including Guanji, Naveli, Kuti, Tinkar, and Chhangru included in  Nepal, while the remaining five villages were included in  India. Bhandari claims that the agreement made in India was compromised in the maps made by India after the Sugauli Treaty.

The book ‘Limpiadhura-Lipulek‘, written by Bhandari, describes in detail how Kalapani was captured in India.

Bhandari writes – After India became independent, India took advantage of the absence of Nepalese security personnel in that area during the India-China war of 1979 and used it against China.

During the India-China war, a front of the Indian Army fought the war with China from Lipu Bhanjiang under the Limpiadhura area of ​​Nepal. In the days that followed, the Nepalese terrain began to settle in the Limpiadhura areaIndia initially established a border outpost and hired some police personnel, then established the barracks of the paramilitary force, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP).

On the basis of military force, India has now encroached on more than 3 sq km of land from Limpiadhura to Lipu Bhanjiang, the origin of Nepal’s Mahakali River. The paramilitary force has deployed the ITBP in large numbers with barracks structures in all the Nepalese villages of Tulsinurang, Kuti, Navel, and Gunji.

CCTV cameras have been installed in the barracks with sophisticated facilities. Arrangements can be made to view from inside the barracks the views of some Chongguru, Upper Kawa, Lipu, Tinker Bhanjyang, Panchagad, Gunji, and Navel.

Although Nepal covers all the terrain in Nepal in its administrative map, it is occupied by Indian forces in the area of ​​300 square kilometers. India seems to have incorporated the territory occupied by its army into its new political map, authorizing it. 

Damodar Dhakal, information officer of the NAPI department under the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation, said that he could only speak about it by studying it.

“The topic has been raised sensitively,” Dhakal said, “We will give a formal response to this, but before that, we have to study what has happened.” Do not rush to comment on such news in the news. ‘




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