We have evidence and will provide it: Minister Banskota on Border Dispute
KATHMANDU, Nov 28: The Government of Nepal (GoN) has begun a dialogue with India on the issue of Kalapani. The dialogue at an informal level will soon be formalized and evidence that Kalapani, Lipulek, and Limpiadhura belong to Nepal will be provided.
The Ministry of Information and Communications had organized a select press conference where Minister Gokul Banskota had revealed the details regarding the dialogue with India.
The Minister also informed that the border dispute was an old case, and its resolution would be brought about through dialogue. Minister Banskota said, “We have initiated a dialogue to find a solution to the problem”.
“Not only Kalapani but the areas of Limpiadhura and Lipulek the entire region are an integral part of Nepal, and we will bring evidence to prove it. We are looking for diplomatic solutions and during the discussion, we will provide them with evidence on the table”.
“In a gazette of India it was found that Kalapani, Limpiadhura, and Susta belonged to Nepal, and the GoN is clear on this front”, he said.
(Photo Source: Mukunda Kalikote)