After not getting enough support from the Nepal Communist Party, Oli has announced the election on 30 April and 10 May, announcing the dissolution of Parliament on 20 December.
The Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Oli, has once again waged the melody of Kalapani. He has said these things at a time when the Foreign Minister of Nepal is going to visit India in the next few days. It is believed that in India-Nepal foreign level talks, issues pending between the two countries can be raised for a long time. Meanwhile, Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Oli has once again hit the rant of Kalapani. According to news agency IANS, PM KP Oli said that the long-term ‘captured’ Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulekh will be withdrawn from India.
Addressing the National Assembly, he said that a big agenda for Foreign Minister Pradeep Gowali’s visit to India is border dispute. Gnavali is its Indian counterpart S.K. On the invitation of Jaishankar, he is coming to India on 14 January to participate in the sixth Nepal-India Joint Commission Meeting of Foreign Minister level.
Oli said that according to the Sugauli agreement, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulekh lie to the east of the Mahakali river and are part of Nepal. Oli said- We will hold diplomatic talks with India and our foreign minister is also going to India.
Significantly, in 2016, in KP Oli’s national politics, today, when India banned things going from here. Oli received 63 percent of the votes in the 2017 elections. After not getting enough support from the Nepal Communist Party, Oli has announced the election on 30 April and 10 May, announcing the dissolution of Parliament on 20 December.
However, his decision has been challenged in the Supreme Court and hearing is going on. Oli’s decision to dissolve the parliament was heavily criticized in Nepal and inside. With this, his own party, Nepal Communist Party, appeared to be divided in this direction.