The Home Ministry has said in a statement that for the past few days, slogans are being raised against the Prime Minister of a friendly country to malign him.
The new government in Nepal has taken strict orders against burning an effigy of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and shouting slogans against him. On behalf of the government, the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued two consecutive statements in this regard within 24 hours. It says that legal action can be taken for protesting against India without any reason and burning the effigy of Prime Minister Modi. The spokesperson of the Ministry of Home Affairs of Nepal expressed regret over the incident of burning the effigy of the Prime Minister of the friendly nation and took it seriously.
protests due to this
A Nepali youth died after falling into the Kali river adjoining Pithoragarh, the border district of Uttarakhand. Since then the anger of the people there has flared up. People protesting in Nepal allege that SSB is responsible for the death of the youth. People allege that when the youth was crossing the river with the help of a wire, the SSB had cut the wire. The SSB has neither denied the allegations. After the death of the youth, the youth wing and student wing of the Communist Party, which is in power in Nepal, are protesting and burning the effigy of India’s PM Narendra Modi.
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Home Ministry will take action
At the same time, in this matter, the Ministry of Home Affairs of Nepal has issued a statement saying that action will be taken against those who do such acts. Nepal’s Ministry of Home Affairs has said in a statement that for the past few days, slogans are being raised against the Prime Minister of the friendly country to tarnish his image. Along with this, incidents of burning his effigy have also come to the fore. The Ministry of Home Affairs has a deep objection to such disrespectful act.
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Will not allow such incidents to happen which harm the national interest.
In a statement issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Nepal, it has been said that the Government of Nepal wants to maintain a relationship of friendship with all its friendly countries. At the same time, the government will not allow such incidents to happen, which harm the national interest. The Nepal Home Ministry statement said that it has been our tradition that we have been resolving the dispute with the neighboring country through mutual dialogue and diplomatic manner. In future also, for the settlement of any dispute, the recourse of dialogue will be taken. Along with this, the Ministry of Home Affairs said that the government will punish those who do such acts.