Nepal MP dismissed for speaking in favour of India
While Nepal recently released a map including Indian territory as its own, a Nepal MP had raised objections on approval of the Constitution amendment to give the nod to the revised map of the country. For her good and right gesture, the Nepal government has dismissed her membership
Kathmandu: Janata Samajbadi Party (JSP), the principal opposition in Nepal, has sacked its Member of Parliament Sarita Giri for defying the unanimous decision of approval of the Constitution amendment to approve the revised map of the country.
According to reports, JSP's general secretary Ram Sahai Prasad Yadav recommended that Giri be sacked as an MP as well as from the party membership with immediate effect for going against the country in its claim over Indian territory.
On June 18, Nepal unanimously approved the revised map of the country and claimed absolute ownership of Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura which actually belong to India.
For the first time since independence, Nepal had deployed its forces on these borders which is being guarded by Border Security Force (BSF) from India.
This irony is that, while one of its own lawmaker knows what is right and Nepal is on wrong side, the entire parliament is against her.
It is said that Nepal is trying to flex its muscle at the behest of China. The tiny country also is agreed to teach Mandarin in private schools and the teachers and staff will be paid by the Chinese government.