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Nepal strongly objects to India's new political map
  Kathmandu, Nepal      November 06 2019

Kathmandu, Nepal, November 6, 2019: Recently-unveiled political map by the neighboring Indian has strongly been objected in Nepal. 
As the Indian government unveiled the political map by placing the Nepali territory Kalapani inside Indian borders, not only the Nepal government but also the various organizations in Nepal have objected.   
The Nepal government firmly believes that the Kalapani is a part of Nepal, read a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Wednesday. 
‘Any unilateral actions along the Nepal-India border will be unacceptable to the Nepal government,’ the press release has stated further. 
As the foreign secretaries of the two countries have already been assigned by the Nepal-India Joint Commission to find a solution on the unresolved border disputes in consultation with the border experts, any unilateral actions will be unacceptable to the Nepal government,’ the press statement has stated.
Likewise, various political parties and student organizations have staged demonstration in Kathmandu and other different parts of the country objecting to the recently unveiled Indian political map of India.