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Border Disputes between Nepal and India

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The border disputes between Nepal and India is increasing day by day. Here presenting some of the information regarding this matter. With some research and observing all the interviews, here is the summary of the matter of the dispute.

If we turn the pages of history and do some research, it clearly reveals that east of the Kali river is part of Nepal. It will be proved through various pieces of evidence.

The Sughauli Treaty between the team Kingdom of Nepal and the British East India Company that was signed in March 1816 clearly mentions that the territory to the east of the Kali river is of Nepal which includes Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani.

Also, the supplemental version of it the Sughauli treaty in December 1816 . It also mentions that the territory to the east of the Kali river is in Nepal which includes Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani.

Furthermore, the treaty between the kingdom of Nepal and the British Government that was signed on November 1, 1860. It also mentions that the territory to the east of the Kali river is of Nepal. The map of India published by Survey of India in 1996 mentions that land to east of the Kali river is Nepal.

As we know basically India media is publishing the worthless news without any base. The controversy of the tweet by Actress Manisha Koirala in the border disputes is the hit topic in these days.

History is history, and we can’t change it. That is the truth, and we know that “Truth Alone Triumphs” (Satyameba Jayate).

Respect Nepal’s Sovereignty

Conclusion

Here the evidence shown by Nepal is strong. It proves that Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani which is in the east of the Kali river, is in Nepal.

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