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India should withdraw army from Kalapani: Former DPM Gautam


13 May 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Member of the National Assembly and former Deputy Prime Minister Bamdev Gautam has said that India should immediately withdraw its security forces and personnel from Kalapani, Lipulekh, and Limpiyadhura.

Speaking at a program organized on Saturday in Kathmandu to launch ‘Nepal India Frontier Diplomacy in Reference to Kali River: Perspective of International Law’, a book written jointly by Senior advocate Dr. Surendra Bhandari and Dr. Achyut Gautam, the former Deputy Prime Minister claimed that the territory occupied by the Indian security forces belongs to Nepal.

He said that Nepali territory must be taken back by Nepal at any cost.

Leader Gautam recalled that Nepal included the aforesaid land in its map after the unanimous approval of all political parties in the entire Parliament of Nepal, and urged India not to show any bias towards such issue.

 

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