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Former PM Nepal warns India not to meddle in Nepal’s internal matters

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DANG — Former Prime Minister and senior UML leader Madav Kumar Nepal has warned India not meddle in its internal issues saying that Nepal won’t bow down to India and do all that it tells.

Talking in an exchange greeting program for Tihar and Chhath organised by CPN-UML Dang chapter on Saturday morning, Nepal questioned, “Why should India order Nepal?” “India may be a big country but when it comes to sovereignty, all countries are equal,” he said.

He said that the people of Nepal understand that India has solely imposed blockade to Nepal though it has been denying saying so, may be it is being afraid.

“India is imposing so as to attempt to rebuff us blockade for promulgating constitution. All Nepalis should stand together against India’s crooked conduct,” leader Nepal slammed India.

He said that there are no protests in other Nepal-India border points with the exception of Birgunj but India does not permit vehicles to enter into Nepal from those operational points too. “If that this is not blockade from Indian-side, what is this” he grilled.

Indicating the protests in Southern plain of the country, he denounced Madhes-based leaders for moving to Indian tunes. “The new constitution has ensured equal rights to all communities. Protests will be clear if they read the constitution instead of showcasing drama along the no-man’s land,” he added.

He also stressed on long term trade relations with China to break India’s monopoly on Nepal.

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Three arrested with tiger hides





KATHMANDU- The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) on Tuesday arrested three persons in possession of tiger hides.

The CIB said that Man Bahadur Tamang of Shailung Rural Municipality in Dolakha; Lokmaya Gurung of Barpak Sulikot Rural Municipality in Gorkha district and Amar Singh of Tilathi Koiladi Rural Municipality in Saptari district were arrested from Budhanilkantha in the capital city acting on a tip off about their involvement in smuggling of animals’ hides and skeleton.

All three have been sent to the Division Forests Office, Kathmandu for further actions. According to the Superintendent of Police Sudip Giri, the alleged would be booked as per the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1973 and CITES Convention, 1975.

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