The Home Ministry said that Nepal has a long tradition of resolving disputes with neighboring countries through diplomatic means and mutual dialogue.
Kathmandu: The Nepal government on Sunday warned its citizens not to commit any “reprehensible and degrading” act that could harm the honor of friendly countries. The Nepal government has given this warning after the incident of some people burning an effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the demonstration in the country. A statement issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Nepal said that in the last few days, “slogans, demonstrations and burning of effigies in protest to tarnish the image of the Prime Minister of the friendly country have come to the fore”.Also Read – Tokyo Paralympics 2020: PM Modi congratulates gold medal winner Krishna Nagar, father said – dream fulfilled
The Home Ministry in its statement did not reveal the identity of the leader but objected to such “condemnable and degrading” actions. This strong statement of the Nepal government came after some student and youth organizations affiliated to the ruling coalition and opposition parties burnt an effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in July in protest against the drowning of a Nepali youth while crossing the Mahakali river on the border with India. Is. Also Read – Tokyo Paralympics 2020: PM Modi congratulates Noida DM on winning silver, family celebration
“The Government of Nepal desires to maintain friendly relations with all friendly countries and is committed to prevent any activity which may harm the national interest,” the statement said. We request everyone not to do any such act which can harm the honor and dignity of friendly countries. Also Read – Tokyo Paralympics 2020: Haryana Govt. Manish Narwal gets Rs 6 crore, Singhraj Adhana gets Rs 4 crore. Degi, PM congratulates, celebrates at home
The Home Ministry said that Nepal has a long tradition of resolving disputes with neighboring countries through diplomatic means and mutual dialogue. “In future also, diplomatic initiative and mutual dialogue will be used to resolve any dispute,” the statement said, warning that the Ministry of Home Affairs will take action to stop activities targeting neighboring countries. and punish those who indulge in such illegal activities.
Jai Singh Dhami, 33, of Beas Rural Municipality, is said to have been crossing the Mahakali river via a temporary ropeway but jumped into the river after seeing Sashastra Seema Bal personnel guarding the Indo-Nepal border. Officials in India said that Dhami was illegally coming from Dharchula in Nepal to Gasku in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand state of India. The Nepali Investigative Committee, which is probing the case, said in its report that the incident took place in the presence of Indian security personnel.