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Indian embassy calls for dialogue with Nepal on Lipulekh boundary issue

Indian embassy requires dialogue with Nepal on Lipulekh boundary problem | Information

New Delhi: In its first response after the announcement of development of a street in Lipulekh led to an outrage among the many polity in Nepal, the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu on Saturday (January 15) stated the place of the Authorities of India on the India-Nepal boundary is understood and has been conveyed to the Nepali Authorities.
The outrage started after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi throughout an election rally within the Haldwani space of Uttarakhand on December 30, had introduced that his authorities has prolonged a street to Lipulekh and additional growth work is occurring.
The Indian Embassy issued a press release on the continuing excessive political exercise in Kathmandu, with ruling and opposition leaders urging the Nepal authorities to take a extra forceful stance on the newest growth alongside the border with India. 
“The Authorities of India’s place on the India-Nepal boundary is well-known, constant and unambiguous. It has been communicated to the Authorities of Nepal,” the assertion stated.
Nepal has known as the development of street by India as “unilateral” motion. 
“It’s our view that the established inter-governmental mechanisms and channels are most applicable for communication and dialogue. Mutually agreed boundary points which might be excellent can at all times be addressed within the spirit of our shut and pleasant bilateral relations,” the embassy added. 
GoI’s place on the India-Nepal boundary has been communicated to the Nepal Govt; established inter-governmental mechanisms are most applicable for communication. Mutually agreed boundary points may be addressed with pleasant bilateral relations: Embassy of India, Kathmandu
— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2022
Lipulekh, which lies on the tri-junction between India’s northern Uttarakhand state, China and Nepal, is claimed by Kathmandu.
Earlier, the ruling Nepali Congress issued a press release and demanded India to instantly withdraw its troops stationed in Kalapani area and amicably resolve the border row by means of high-level diplomatic negotiation based mostly on historic information and proof.
“Nepali Congress is obvious that Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani are Nepalese territory. The difficulty of the street development in Lipulekh in opposition to the settlement reached on the Nepal-India Joint Fee to resolve all bilateral points by means of diplomatic negotiations is objectionable and this should be stopped instantly,” the assertion stated. 
Main political events in Nepal have issued statements objecting to India’s growth of street in Lipulekh.
Calls are actually rising from inside the ruling alliance, from Deuba’s Nepali Congress and his coalition companions, to talk up and lodge a protest with India on Modi’s latest assertion.
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