Naked Assault on Nepalese Sovereignty

bharatyaON September 18, Wednesday  morning, an armed police  force of India entered  in to  Nepali territory and raided the house of Manjur Prasad Shrestha in Gulariya -2,  headquarter of Bardiya district. The team led by DSP of Lakhimpur District, Utterpradesh, barged  into the house of Shrestha and  ransacked the house, as if,  that  belongs their own territory. Many organizations, particularly those organizations  which are fighting for  the national sovereignty and the People’s Democracy have condemned this naked intervention over Nepalese Sovereignty.

Blatant acts of undermining Nepal’s sovereignty must be denounced. The Next Front strongly condemns Indian intervention and calls to all nationalists to raise the voice against this naked attack–the latest instance of Indian domination.  

Condemning the Indian intervention, four youth organizations, including The National Youth People’s  Volunteer of CPN-Maoist,   have released a press statement on Wednesday Sep,18. They have demanded  the government to make public its official view over this attack. Youths’ organizations have condemned the Indian action saying the act had crossed the international rules and regulations. They have said  that they are going to submit protest letters Thursday to election government chief Khila Raj Regmi, the Indian ambassador to Nepal and all 75 district administration. They also have  demanded that the Indian government to apologize publicly and express a commitment not to repeat such acts in the future. Likewise, issuing a press statement , Pampha Bhusal spokesperson of CPN-Maoist also  has condemned the Indian intervention.

This Indian intervention  indicates  that the four party alliance government is the  real agent of Indian expansionism and  they are working for their master. It is the matter to worry that, this puppet government is  heading the country towards the Sikkimisation. It needs a joint action against such activities. We appeal to all Nepalese  intellectuals, writers and journalists, to come out in the street for the safeguard of the Nepalese  Sovereignty. Time has come to launch a joint movement against the Indian expansionism and their Nepalese agents.

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One Response to “Naked Assault on Nepalese Sovereignty”

  1. Divash Sharma says:

    Many Indian activities including this one in Bardia are clearly violating Nepali sovereignty. In this context, we have to be clear what type of relation between Nepal and India would emerge in near future?

    There are three probable courses – Sikkimization, Bhutanaization and Maldipaization. Contrary to these three probable options, if Nepal gets rid of the India’s client regime led by four-party syndicate, Nepal and India could have a good relation based on Panchasheel.

    Nepal is fast moving towards Maldipaization. Hence, India is busy to create ground for presence of Indian military posts in strategic areas including starting with international airport, Lumbini, large hydro-power projects and wildlife reserves. The second in India’s agenda is to build institutional infrastructure to support its mission. Hence, opening several consulates in major towns and boarder posts such as Biratnagar, Kakarvitta, Janakpur, Bhairahawa and Nepalgunj may become reality sooner than later. The already existing consulate in Birgunj proved instrumental for India not only to watch the situation but also influence politically. The third and final action could be seen in a revised “Peace and Friendship Treaty” that would strengthen India’s security interest including putting its armed force personnel in Nepal-china boarder and key hydropower locations. This would make Nepal at par with Bhutan. Though the phrase of Sikkimization is quite popular in Nepal, but I do not believe that India will attempt to annex Nepal. It would be too costly for India politically and militarily. Hence, we could very much become a new Bhutan in near future if India succeeds to continue the present client regime led by four-party syndicate in Nepal for long.

    India is trying to provide legitimacy to this client regime by organizing an election for the constituent assembly. If we do not want to continue as a client state under the agents of India, the four-party syndicate, we should align with the nationalist forces, which are exposing the Indian design and its agents in Nepal – the four-party syndicate.

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