Even though there is a cloud of crisis these days on the government headed by Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in Nepal, the neighboring country is not getting rid of its antics on the border with India. On Monday, there was news of Nepal's construction work near No Man's Land between Indo-Nepal in Pilibhit, Uttar Pradesh. Soon after the District Magistrate came to know about this, he arrived with the team on the spot.
When the reporters asked him about this, he told- We had received information that something is being constructed here from Nepal. There has been an assurance from Nepal that no construction work will be done on its behalf in the area of No Man's Land.
The Pilibhit DM said, “The construction work of the pillars on the frontier will be completed soon after the work required by the survey team.” In some reports, it was told that a road was being built from Nepal to No Man's Land, but on arrival at the right time, Indian officials stopped it. On the spot from the boat, the DM along with the SSB DIG and SP Force were also accompanied by other officers.
What happens in No Man's Land ?: It is a region that is left between two countries to set boundaries. Usually it is in a small area, but it can be more depending on the place. No Man's Land does not belong to any country. Things like pillars (pillars) or emblems are placed around it to determine the border.
Nepali PM's future in balance! Meeting postponed again: Nepalese Prime Minister K.K., facing the pressure of the leaders of his own party to resign. The future of P. Sharma Oli will now be decided on Wednesday. The important meeting of the standing committee of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) in this regard has also been postponed for the third time. The 45-member standing committee of the Communist Party of Nepal was scheduled to meet on Monday but the meeting was deferred at the last minute.
Surya Thapa, media advisor to the Prime Minister, told that the meeting has been postponed till Wednesday. The decision comes a day after the Chinese ambassador met a top party leader amid controversy within the party over the anti-India statement.
Nepal closed two outposts on Indian border: Nepal has closed two of its six border posts opened in Darchula amid continuing tensions in its relations with India on the Kalapani-Lipulek issue. “The border outposts in Ukku and Ballara have been closed,” Dharchula Deputy Collector AK Shukla said on Monday quoting a spokesperson of the Nepal Armed Police.
“Three other Nepalese border posts in Baku, Burkil and Vinayak are also in the process of closure,” Shukla quoted a Nepali official as saying. He said that two border posts in Ukku and Ballara have been closed on the orders of Nepal's Ministry of Home Affairs as the situation is normal in these areas.