Nepal Communist Party protest against India, stone pelting in embankment construction area
Maoist Vipalva faction Communist Party activists demonstrated against India on Monday in Darchula Nepal. They also pelted stones in the Indian embankment construction area. The laborers working in the Indian territory somehow saved their lives by running away. The people of India are angry because of the incident.
Maoist insurgency groups gathered in Darchula Nepal under the leadership of Communist Party activist president Bharat Mal and secretary Bharat Nepali. Here he raised slogans against the Government of India.
Outraged activists demanded withdrawal of cases filed against Nepali citizens. During this, they started pelting stones at the laborers engaged in embankment construction work in Indian territory.
Indian laborers somehow saved their lives by running away. Even before this, Nepali citizens had pelted stones at laborers working in Indian territory, in which Pushkar Singh, a resident of Nepal, was injured. The Dharchula police had registered a report against unknown people from Nepal who pelted stones.
Stone pelting was also done on December 4
Pithoragarh. These days embankment construction work is going on in Indian territory on the banks of Kali river. Meanwhile, laborers have been pelted with stones from Nepal side seven times.
Nepal, on its part, had closed the international suspension bridge on December 4 after Nepali citizens indulged in stone-pelting, due to which the police there lathi-charged traders and other people who had gone to Nepal from India.
Angered by the incident, Indian businessmen also closed the international suspension bridge on December 5. Indian traders had opened the bridge on the assurance of the local administration.
Conclusion did not come out even after two meetings of coordination committee
After stone-pelting and lathi-charge on Indian traders and others by closing the bridge, a meeting of India-Nepal Coordination Committee was held at Nepal’s Darchula district headquarters, in which Nepal assured action against those who pelted stones.
Indian police had also filed a report against eight unidentified people from Nepal. After this, the second round meeting of India-Nepal Coordination Committee was held at NHPC Tapovan Auditorium of India.
In the meeting, an agreement was reached between the two countries to remove the debris lying in the river and to keep an eye on the embankment construction work by the technical team of both the countries.
Both countries had also done the work of removing debris from their respective areas. However, on the Nepal side, after filtering the sand from the debris, the remaining stones are being put back in the same area.
After the disaster of 2013 there was a need for embankment construction
Pithoragarh. The disaster of the year 2013 wreaked havoc in the Indian region. There was a terrible devastation from Dharchula to Jhulaghat on the banks of the Kali river.
Several houses were washed away in the disaster, which necessitated the construction of embankments. Nepal has built strong embankments in its territory, which India did not protest at that time.
At present, security wall is being built at Ghatkhola for security in Indian territory at a cost of crores. Nepalis opposing the construction of the embankment say that after the construction of the embankment in Indian territory, the risk of disaster will increase in Nepal territory.