Mumbai: Nepal has planned to conduct a census in these areas to include the Indian territories of Kalapani, Lipulekh, and Limpiyadhura after supporting the Constitution Amendment Bill.
However, India has made it clear that Nepal will not be allowed to practice. According to a TOI report, Nepal conducts a census every 10 years and the next census is scheduled to be held in May 2020.
The exercise includes a nationwide door-to-door survey conducted by the National Planning Commission and its Central Bureau of Statistics.
According to the report, anti-Indian elements in the Nepalese political leadership want to conduct a census in the villages of Limpyidhura, Kalapani, and Lipulekh regions and they have drafted a questionnaire for the exercise.
These disgusting elements have the support of Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, whose bilateral relations between Kathmandu and New Delhi over diplomatic crimes against India on issues ranging from the border dispute, has led to a systematic deterioration of bilateral relations between Kathmandu and New Delhi.
While Oli is an outspoken critic of New Delhi’s policies, he has not spoken a single word on the encroachment of the Nepalese regions of China.
After the latest reports of Chinese encroachment in Nepal’s Humla district appeared in the local media, Nepal’s Foreign Ministry refused to claim these reports that the recent construction by China had fallen on the Chinese side and not the Nepalese side on.
China illegally built nine buildings in the Lapcha Bagar area of Nepal’s attack district.