New Delhi: There is tension between India and Nepal apart from India-China border dispute. Under the new border dispute, Nepal has also shown some Indian areas in its new political map. The Indian Foreign Ministry has termed it a one-sided action on this dispute.
On Thursday, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, on the amendment of the political map on behalf of Nepal, said that this amendment action is one-sided, it will not be accepted by us. It is expected that the Nepalese leadership will create a positive atmosphere for diplomatic dialogue with New Delhi. Earlier, on Wednesday, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs had asked Nepal to respect India's sovereignty over the amendment in the map of Nepal. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava had said, 'We urge the Government of Nepal to refrain from publishing such artificial cartographic. It should respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of India.
From the Indian side that the Nepal government should consider its decision once again. The Foreign Ministry spokesman said that the Government of Nepal is fully aware of India's position in this regard. A few days ago the Nepal government released its new political map, in which it showed the Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura areas of India within its border.