- China is encouraging Nepali organizations to protest against India’s interference in Nepal’s politics
- 1700 km between India and Nepal. There is a long border, there is a dispute between the two countries over the border of Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura area.
China is buying Nepal’s organizations to conduct anti-India exhibitions. According to intelligence agencies, China has prepared many Nepali organizations working in areas adjacent to India. These organizations have been asked to protest against the ongoing border dispute between India and Nepal. For this, the Chinese Embassy paid 2.5 crore Nepali rupees to Nepali organizations. Have given. Regarding India’s interference in Nepal’s politics, China is asking these organizations to demonstrate.
There is 1700 km border between India and Nepal. India has built a road from Lipulekh to Dharchula. It was inaugurated by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh through video conferencing on 8 May. After this, Nepal released a new map and presented its claim to three areas of India, Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura. There is a border dispute between these two countries regarding these three areas.
China also gave fund for study on Gorkha community
China has given 12.7 lakh Nepali rupees to a Kathmandu NGO for a study on Gorkha youth. China wants to find out why the youth of the Gorkha community is eager to join the Indian Army. Nepali NGO China Study Center (CSC) was funded by the Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Hou Yankee in the first week of June. They have been asked to study a number of things, such as areas of Nepal where these recruitments take place and their social and economic impact, including topics such as Nepalis joining the Indian Army.
China provoking Myanmar rebels against India
China is also provoking the Myanmar rebels by giving them weapons against India. By doing this, it wants to spread unrest in the North-Eastern states. The Amsterdam-based think tank European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS) of the Netherlands made this claim in its report released last month. It said that in July, a large stock of Chinese weapons was caught in the Mei Tao area near Thailand’s border in Myanmar. The investigation found that these weapons were sent to militant organizations in the Northeast of India.