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8 bases Nepal Government have to proof Lipulekh, Limpuyadhura and Kalapani


Thursday, 21 May 2020
Here are the eight bases collected by Minister Aryal:

1: Treaty of Sugauli of March 1816
2: Supplementary Treaty of December 1816
3: Occasional maps (132)
4: Receipt paid by the people
5: Census of 2018 BS
6: Voter List of 2015 BS
7: Historical documents of different times
8: Diplomatic notes exchanged at different times


She informed Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli that the map, which did not even contain Kalapani and Lipulekh, had been extracted from Google and that the map mentioned in the schedule of the constitution had a faulty map. And, after getting along with the Prime Minister, she started a campaign to correct the map.

With the strong support of the Prime Minister, the direction of the parliamentary committee and the aspirations of her political life, she embarked on a campaign to reconnect Limbiyadhura, which was left out of Nepal's map.

I knew that Limpiyadhura was not on the map of Nepal. However, while discussions were underway on how to bring a new map covering that area, the map of India caused a great deal of controversy in Nepal. After the initiative of Minister Aryal, maps including Lipulek and Kalapani came into use. However, there was no limpiyadhura in it.

While searching for historical documents on how long Limpiyadhura was on the map of Nepal and when it was released, the government came under pressure after India issued its political and administrative map with the land including Lipulekh.

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