Manisha Koirala endorsed the scripting in Nepal's new map - AB TAK NEWS


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Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Manisha Koirala endorsed the scripting in Nepal's new map

Manisha Koirala endorsed the scripting in Nepal's new map

The debate of Nepal showing Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh in its new map has reached Bollywood.

After a retweet by film actress Manisha Koirala, people came to her post in support and protest.

Many Twitter users also asked him to leave India and Bollywood.

Actually, this incident started when Manisha Koirala retweeted a tweet by Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep Gaiwali.

The Foreign Minister of Nepal had made this information public by tweeting in Nepali that the Council of Ministers of Nepal has decided to include Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh and Kalapani in the new map which will be released soon.

Manisha Koirala wrote a retweet to the Nepali foreign minister's tweet, "Thank you for maintaining the dignity of our small nation. We look forward to a peaceful and dignified dialogue between all three great nations."

What is the whole matter

Recently, the Nepal cabinet had stamped a new map in which Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh have been described as part of Nepal.

The Cabinet of Nepal, while giving it its justified claim, said that the source of Mahakali (Sharda) river is actually Limpiyadhura which is currently part of Uttarakhand in India. India has been denying this claim.

Six months ago India released its new political map showing the state of Jammu and Kashmir as the two union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

In this map, Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh were described as part of India. Nepal has been claiming these areas for a long time.

Recently, India inaugurated a road in Lipulekh area.

Tibet is the only way to go to Mansarovar in China via script. After this road was built, Nepal had strongly opposed India's move.

A Twitter user named Uma wrote that Manisha is not ashamed of you, you should leave India.

At the same time, Dinesh Bikram Thapa writes that when an artist speaks with his mind, he calls it the same.

Utsav Pokharel tweeted that it was nice to hear from someone with ties with both countries.

Piyush Mishra comments on Manisha Koirala's tweet that Nepal has always been anti-India and its eyes have always been on the land of India.

After this tweet, Manisha Koirala retweeted the tweet of former King of Nepal Gyanendra Bikram Shah, but he did not write anything in it, people also mixed comments on it.

In fact, the former King of Nepal supported the inclusion of Limpiyadhura, Kalapani and Lipulekh in the new map.

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