Friday, February 12, 2010

Telegraph Nepal : Indian Check-Post in Nepal’s Territory: Example of Traditional amity

Reports say that Indian paramilitary forces have established a check-post in Pyartal of Kailali. Right inside the Nepali territory understandably or else why this news?  A medieval act indeed…unlikely for a democratic nation like India. Isn’t it?

After the Indian security forces established a check post in Pyara Tal (Lake), India has with full force occupying the nearby Nepali territories. The Nepali population has been barred from entering into their own landmass. The Indian security personnel of Sumerganj Check-post whipped off the Nepali population and said that the territory and the lake also belonged to India.

“The speed of territory grab by India has increased after a parliamentary delegation from Nepal visited the area”, say locals.

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