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'Building constructed falls within our territory' China denies encroaching on Nepali land
'Building constructed falls within our territory' China denies encroaching on Nepali land

New Delhi: After illegally encroaching Nepali land and is constructing structures, Chinese state media on Friday said that the buildings fall within the Chinese territory and are actually a newly-built village in not in "encroached" land of Nepal but is in  Tibet Autonomous Region.

Let us tell you that China has illegally constructed villages in Humla district.  According to the report of Global Times that the buildings that some in Nepal accused China of encroaching on its land fall within Chinese territory and are actually a newly-built village in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Nepal’s opposition reacted to the Chinese land grab. It has said that Beijing has suspended permission to the trucks laden with food supply to Humla district. Leader of the opposition of Karnali Province, Jivan Bahadur Shahi said that people in Humla, which is his home district, are suffering due to Chinese presence in the area.  According to to ANI, Shahi said, ""The Junge Pillar 12 has been recently erected by China. The government officials say they have not been consulted about such issues. The Pillars 5.1 and 6.1 have been enclosed as there are Chinese security forces." While Nepal government has denied the allegations, the opposition leader has confirmed that China has erected a pillar without consulting Nepalese officials about such issues.

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