China acquires Nepalese land  

Kathmandu: – Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli Sharma, who has dug up a border dispute with India by showing Indian territories as a part of Nepal, is silent about the intrusion of the Chinese Communist government into Nepalese territory. The Nepalese government has probably ignited the border dispute with India, in an attempt to divert the attention of its population from the Chinese intrusion. As per a report prepared by the Nepalese agriculture ministry, China has intruded at 11 locations on the Tibet border and acquired Nepalese land. China has even taken over a Nepalese village.  


China has acquired certain Nepalese land near the Tibetan border. China is carrying out massive infrastructure development works, and these works have reached the Nepal border. Under the disguise of these works, China is intruding into Nepal. China is even changing the course of the rivers which form a natural border between China and Nepal. Therefore, as per reports, Nepal has already lost hundreds of hectors of land to China. China has also acquired Nepalese land at 11 locations. China has taken over the Rui village in Nepal, near the Tibetan border. This village is shown in the Nepalese map. But currently, it is under Chinese control. The villagers are opposing the Chinese occupation. It is reported that Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli Sharma has dug up the border dispute with India so that the Nepalese population does not notice the Chinese intrusion and occupation of Rui village.   

The policies of Nepalese Prime Minister KP Oli Sharma and his communist party have always openly been pro-China. Prime Minister Oli had started import of oil and other items from China, as an alternative for India, citing the excuse of the Madhesi agitation. Nepal had also participated in the ambitious Chinese Belt and Road Initiative project. Under this project, China has made massive investments in Nepal. Therefore, Nepal is also under Chinese pressure. Indian analysts are claiming that the Nepalese government is dancing to the Chinese tune. The analysts are also claiming that although Prime Minister Oil’s government is working under instructions from China, to further its interests, the ordinary Nepalese people have a strong bond with India.  

Recently, Nepal amended the Citizenship Law. The Madhesi community has opposed this amendment, saying that India is not only a neighbouring country, but it is like a brother, and the community has emphatically told the government that the Indian and Nepalese cultures are the same. Madhesi organisations have demanded that the anti-India propaganda by the Nepalese FM radio channels should be stopped. This clearly shows that the common Nepalese people do not support the activities of the Nepalese government.   

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