Modi’s visit to Gunji irks Nepal opposition

Nepal\’s opposition parties have claimed that Modi entered their territory without prior notification to the authorities and have raised questions about how this occurred.

Prominent members of the Nepalese parliament, including Thakur Prasad Gaire from the leading opposition Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist, Rabi Lamichhane of the Rastriya Swatantra Party, and Dipak Bahadur Singh of the Rastriya Prajatantra Party, have argued that \”Gunji in Kalapani belonged to Nepal\” and that Modi\’s visit to the region without \”authorization\” constituted a breach of diplomatic protocols.

Kalapani, Limpiadhura, and Lipulekh, situated along the India-Nepal border, appear on the official maps of both countries, even though they are under India\’s administration. Following a visit to India in June, Nepal\’s Prime Minister, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, stated that Modi had assured him of \”making every effort to resolve the dispute.\”

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