EAM Jaishankar on new Nepal 100 rupee currency

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A cupboard assembly on Friday determined to include a new political map of Nepal on 100 rupee banknotes, masking the controversial territories of Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani as a part of its territory.

Contesting Nepal’s resolution to introduce a new Rs 100 currency be aware that includes disputed Indian territories External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar stated that New Delhi’s place may be very clear including that Kathmandu unilaterally took some measures on their facet.

He additionally stated that whereas each nations have been having talks on boundary issues, by doing one thing unilaterally, Nepal is just not going to alter the on-ground actuality. “I saw that report. I have not looked at it in detail, but I think our position is very clear. With Nepal, we were having discussions about our boundary matters through an established platform. And then in the middle of that, they unilaterally took some measures on their side. But by doing something on their side, they are not going to change the situation between us or the reality on the ground,” stated Jaishankar whereas interacting with professionals in Bhubaneswar on “Why Bharat Matters.”

A cupboard assembly on Friday determined to include a new political map of Nepal on 100 rupee banknotes, masking the controversial territories of Lipulekh, Limpiyadhura and Kalapani as a part of its territory. 

Earlier in May 2020, Nepal’s up to date map ready incorporating the lacking territories was submitted to the Ministry of Land Management by the Department of Survey which claims to have taken correct scale, projection and coordinate system.

Tension had mounted between New Delhi and Kathmandu after the issuance of a political map by Nepal in mid-May 2020, together with the Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura, which India earlier had included in its November 2019 map.

The earlier map issued in 2032 BS left Gunji, Nabhi and Kuri villages, which have now been included within the not too long ago revised map, including 335 sq. kilometres of land.

Diplomatic ties between the nations worsened after the inauguration of a street linking Kailash Mansarovar through Lipulekh on May 8, 2020, after which Nepal handed over a diplomatic be aware to India objecting to the transfer.

Prior to the handover of the diplomatic be aware, Nepal additionally had strongly objected to India’s unilateral transfer to assemble the street. Following a robust objection from Nepal, India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had stated the street going via Uttarakhand’s Pithoragarh district “lies completely within the territory of India.” 

(This story has not been edited by DNA employees and is printed from ANI)


Nilesh Desai
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