India, continuing with its age old tradition in exhibiting its unequal and sadistic treatment to its’ beleaguered neighbor Nepal- the country that unfortunately share common Hindu heritage, has been rampantly encroaching upon Nepali territories in the Tarai plains of Nepal, reports Gorkhapatra Daily, October 26, 2012.
Yet the Nepali leaders representing Terai are not feeling the pains.
Thanks during Dashain holidays Indian Ambassador Jayant Prasad is not reported to have claimed that his country still respects Nepali territorial integrity.
Perhaps enjoying the encroachment that has now become a regular phenomenon. NOIDA is simply great.
The Gorkhapatra Daily- the government mouth piece controlled by JNU Graduate, reports from Nepalgunj of Banke District that Nepali territories across River Rapti have been the fresh target of the Indian security system.
Nepali territories between Jungey Pillar No 84 to 89 have already been occupied by the Indian security forces. The demolition of the border pillars must have been in progress.
The Report quotes Bal Bahadur Budhathoki of Khairbhatti, Baijapur VDC as stating, “They have plans to construct highway along the no mans’ land. They thus continue to encroach upon Nepali territories. We have not been able to retaliate because of insecurity. The Indian security men continue to threaten us if we protest against their action.”
Thakur Prasad Chaudhari of the village also claims, “Our security men rarely visit the area which has encouraged the Indians to continue occupy our territories.”
Nepali security men are currently engaged in Dashain festivals.
To recall, journalist Parsu Ram Kafely for Nayapatrika Daily wrote March 14, 2009, “The Susta VDC of Nawalparasi district comprises of only one thousand hectares of Nepali lands after the Indian side illegally occupied fourteen thousand hectares”.
The Indian side must have advanced close to Kathmandu then. Sooner than later this will happen for sure.
Located South-East of the Nawalparasi district, two decades back, Susta was a Village Development Committee now limited to a mere ward development committee.
In total, Nepal’s renowned border experts claim that India has occupied almost seventy five thousand hectares of Nepali land mass at 54 different locations along the 1808 KM long border with Nepal.
Talking of Greater Nepal? Shame on these sloganeers.
Nirlajja Nepali neta tatha janta haru.
This reminds analysts of a poem by Prem Raj which apparently fits into Nepal’s case.
Thieves who came to grab my land
With Indian mind with Indian hand
To steal my winds, water and peaks
A snake in the grass my heart shrieks
Run, run, run O' monster run
Not alone with master run
My beloved has known you well
Leave my land or face the hell