India Slams Nepal For ‘Unjustified Cartographic Assertion’ As The Country Releases India’s Revised Map
Ministry of External Affairs urged Kathmandu to refrain from ‘unjustified cartographic assertion’ and respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
On Wednesday, the Ministry of External Affairs lashed out at Nepal for releasing a new political map that showed India’s territories as its own.
As a result, External Affairs urged Kathmandu to refrain from an act that is portrayed as an ‘unjustified cartographic assertion’ and respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Recently, Nepal brought out a revised political map wherein India’s territories of Limpiyadhura, Lipulekh, and Kalapani was considered as its own.
A spokesperson also said that this unilateral act of considering India’s territories as its own is contrary to a bilateral understanding to resolve the outstanding boundary issues through dialogue and will not be accepted by India. He also said that it will be favourable if Nepalese leadership can create a positive atmosphere for diplomatic dialogue so as to resolve any boundary issues.
India’s revised political map was released after a new road was inaugurated connecting the Lipulekh pass in Uttarakhand with the Kailash Mansarovar route in China.
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