It was a remarkable day in the history of Nepal after such a long period of time, borders disputed by India are legally reclaimed through the power of Unity among Nepalese.
Now our system is ahead to organize bilateral talks with parties concern to resolve our border dispute issues in near future, says Prime minister Oli in the parliament today.
Prime Minister KP Oli has responded that Nepal showcased an unprecedented unity in unanimously endorsing the Constitution Amendment Bill to make a change to the Coat of Arms as per the newly updated map of Nepal.
“There is an unprecedented unity in the amendment of the constitution,” he said. “It is a matter of happiness for Nepal and Nepalis.”
Prime Minister Oli said that a course has been completed after the second amendment proposal of Nepal’s constitution was unanimously passed to include the new map that includes Limpiyadhura, Lipu Lekh, and Kalapani encroached by India.
“We have completed a course after the map has been endorsed by the Parliament,” he said as he left the parliament building on Saturday evening, “Now, talks will be held with India”.
Prime Minister Oli has also expressed happiness over the unprecedented unity in the campaign to regain the encroached land.
In a historic event, the House of Representatives unanimously endorsed the Constitution Amendment Bill on this evening to make a change to the Coat of Arms as per the newly updated map of Nepal.
In the closed voting, 258 votes were cast in favor of the amendment bill and no vote against which is more than the two-thirds majority required for the endorsement, Speaker Agni Sapkota announced.
Although this is an endorsement by the Government of Nepal to reclaim our disputed land which has been long claimed by India too. The place that was implemented in our political map is near the border of China, India, and Nepal, so it may require to talk with all the three nations to solve the issues permanently.
If India continues to claim the border mentioned in our current map in the future, we might have to go to the international court with the proof.
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