A strike has begun between UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli over the border dispute with Nepal. Oli has called Yogi Adityanath’s statement an insult. Taking a dig at Yogi, the Prime Minister of Nepal said that his account is condemnable. Recently, Yogi had warned Nepal that Nepal should not repeat the mistake that Tibet had made. He should also think about the consequences before deciding the boundaries of his country.
Prime Minister of Nepal K.P. Sharma Oli said that this is an attempt to reduce the sovereignty of Nepal.
Yogi Adityanath Said These
Yogi Adityanath had said that India and Nepal might be two countries. But Nepal should remember that both have the same soul. The cultural relations of the two countries cannot be tied to the boundary. Now the Prime Minister of Nepal has reacted to this statement of Yogi.
KP Sharma Oli said in the lower house of the Nepali Parliament on Wednesday that India had claimed the territory of the country by presenting a “fake” Kali river and stationed its army there. The Kali River defines the Indo-Nepal border. He said that Nepal determined to recapture Kalapani, Lipulekh, and Limpia Dhura. Claiming that there was an encroachment by India and the figure in the maps. He said that the whole country is one of these issues.
Oli said that India is constructing dams along the border, which will result in submerging many areas of Nepal. He said that you could not do this as per law and as a good neighbor. He said that we had warned India on this issue many times, and we will not tolerate any such unjust behavior.
Controversy Over Three Originating Sites of Kali River
There is no dispute about the Kali river, which has made a border. The disagreement arises from its three originating sites. The river Kali, which comes in the plains and is known as Sharda, has three origins. Blackwater, limpia dura, and lipulek. The water streams that came out of the three places. The Kali river rises from the confluence of these three places.
Nepal claims that Limpia Dhura and Kalapani belong to it, but there is nothing like that in the treaty. All these controversies started more when Pushpa Dahal Kamal became “Prime Minister” of Nepal. He then presented a new map of Nepal and showed Uttarakhand as part of Nepal. There was a lot of controversy at that time.