China and Nepal is restless Now
Tigers like Nepal and India would take countries on two opposite routes. With the approval of the new map of Nepal, such a senate has taken place in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs as if it is night. The passage of an amendment bill on a new map in Nepal’s parliament is not surprising, but the support of the opposition Nepali Congress and the Janata Samajwadi Party during the voting on the amendment bill is certainly surprising.
Is Nepal Controlled By China:
It is reminiscent of the scene when Home Minister Amit Shah introduced a bill in the Parliament to amend Article 370 of the Kashmir Act, which made it difficult for the opposition to oppose it. In a democratic political system, the voice of conscience is suppressed like the flames of nationalism. The Nepali Congress, the Rashtriya Janata Party of Nepal, and the Rashtriya Prajatantra Party, among others, have the support of Madhesis of Indian descent. She has been in favor of better relations with India, but fears of being called a traitor have forced her to change her stance. In this way, a neighboring country responded to the Modi government in the same language. The President’s seal on the bill is now a formality.
How China Is Helping Nepal:
On May 20, the Nepalese cabinet released the new administrative map, which identified three Indian territories, Lapolikh, Kalapani, and Lampiyadhora, as part of Nepal’s territory. Before the government could stop the progress of Hindus, the new map was approved despite all the opposition and resentment. Thus, besides China, there was an unpleasant increase in the list of border disputes. China has an economy twice as big as India and twice as big as India. Therefore, it is difficult to compete in any field. We may be happy to think that it has bad relations with Japan and the United States, but they can’t come to our aid against China from thousands of miles away. On the contrary, our humble poor neighbor Nepal is now turning a blind eye to the Chinese thing. Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s declaration in Parliament that “Nepal will not give up even an inch of its land” is nothing short of a threat.
Role of China in Nepal Development:
The current conflict with Nepal began when Defense Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the Kailash-Mansarovar road in Uttarakhand, passing through Lipo Lekh on the Line of Actual Control on May 9. Every year Hindus visit the Shiva Temple in Kailash Mansarovar. The road was built for their convenience, but Nepal was outraged. By the way, after the repeal of Article 370 of Jammu and Kashmir, when the Government of India published the map of Ladakh, even then Nepal had objected to the black water. Lipo Lekh is the area where the borders of India, Nepal, and China meet. Following the incident, Nepal’s Foreign Ministry summoned the Indian ambassador to its office in Kathmandu to protest, warning India to “refrain from any such activity inside Nepal.” The Indian Army is stationed there and because of its height, it is of military importance. The Indian government has not intervened in any Nepalese territory. He is another Chinese, but General Sahib refrained from naming names.
Tibet Part of The Nepal:
Nepal has always been the only Indian state in the world. He had very close and historical ties with India, but Modi ji’s reluctance has made his old friend an enemy. The bitterness in the relations between these neighbors came in 2015 when the Indian-origin Madhesi community blocked the road near the border at the behest of the Indian government against the implementation of the new constitution in Nepal. Due to this, Nepal had to face a lot of economic problems and was forced to seek refuge with the Chinese. Modi did not even think that there was no longer a pro-India Nepal Congress, but a communist power.