Nepalis say “Go back India”

in World · 01-06-2020 15:53:00 · 4 Comments

Nepalis living in Portugal have protested against what they describe as the “encroachment of India on Nepali land in Kalapani, Lipulek and Limpiadhura areas”.

They have protested by sending a memorandum to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to leave the land of Nepal and withdraw the Indian Army from Nepali land.

Representatives of 25 Nepali organisations gathered at Almeida Park in the capital Lisbon to protest by displaying Nepal's national flag, placards, and a new political and administrative map of Nepal recently released by the Government of Nepal.

"We are fully aware that there have been some disputed areas along the Nepal-India border for more than a century. Instead of resolving these border disputes through high-level diplomatic talks between the foreign ministries of the two countries, the Indian government has now escalated the situation by inaugurating a road that, according to historical documents, belongs to Nepali territory.” it is written in the memorandum.

The Government of India has protested against the construction and inauguration of the link road from Nepal to Kailas Mansarovar via Lipulek, taking the Nepalis in Portugal as a matter of serious concern and interest.

The memorandum strongly demands the return of the army in Kalapani and the return of Nepali land as per the historic agreements between the two countries. Various organizations in Portugal have expressed serious concern and protest against the construction and inauguration of the link road to Kailash Mansarovar via Lipulec.


Comments:

Come On India. We've all read the agreements, historical documents, contentions and arguments. You don't have a leg to stand on. Leave these people alone. What's been done is done. Your aggressions breed discontent, hate and are unjust. No matter the rationalization you want to believe supports a position that holds no water, the simple fact is, your letting go of that which is not yours, is long overdue. This China take-over tactics are not appreciated or warranted. Dirty pool. Dirty dirty pool. Don't choose to dance with the devil India. Just Don't Do it. Silence the evil Whisperers. Proverbs 16:28, Romans 1:28-32, 2 Corinthians 12-20, 1 Peter 5:8-9. This is a China out to take over the world plot plan scheme; doing what is best for China and not the people, the land, or what is right and just. India. Walk away. Or at the very least. Don't be disguising the building of this MICC (Made in China Cra*) trade route as a road for believers.

By elizabeth from USA on 10-06-2020 04:17

Hey Guys don't talk like hipi ok first know the history while British are ruling India. We are not asking other land that we lose by signing treaty called sugauli. This three land is our will be our remain our NEPAL. SOMETHING FISHY IS IN INDIA. still not organising meeting by India. They know lose this land by international pressure and evidences that Nepal has. Don't talk blindly. This is our PRIDE. Our PRIDE IS OUR LIFE. We are not afraid of any situation to lose our PRIDE. Don't say go your home country and help. If Mother land need we will proudly go not like you guys who hide back of Bush. Our MOTHERLAND IS OUR LIFE. We can give our life to her all the situation where we are. Thank you
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By Dan from Lisbon on 04-06-2020 11:39

You people don't have rights to protest. Showing off your so called love for Nepal isn't necessary. Going to portugal for easy life and passport leaving Nepal, are you even more Nepali than portugese? Would you invest your money on Nepal? No you wouldn't. You people are just showing off. If you truly mean to protest go back to Nepal and help the people to protest, not from social media.

By Aju Subedi from Other on 03-06-2020 11:28

Seriously? Is it a paid news?
Let me get it. Nepal decides to change its map a week ago and now they call encroachment by India on a land that was under Indian administrative for decades?
Why? Just because India decided to build a road there to help the pilgrims take a lot shorter route to “Kailas Mansarovar”? Five days trek will be reduced to two days of road travel to help the pilgrims. Moreover, the route becomes one-fifth shorter comparing the old route in the high altitude terrain and steep mountains.
If it was part of Nepal, why changing the map only a week ago? Something sounds fishy. Someone else is shooting bullet over Nepal’s shoulder?

By SN from Lisbon on 01-06-2020 06:05
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