Burning Wound in the Boundaries

Burning Wound in the Boundaries

(Interviewed to Border Researcher Buddhi Narayan Shrestha by Surendra Paudel and Santosh Rimal for Nagarik Daily and published in page-2 on 24 January 2015. The main caption is below after this image).



Kalapani and Susta are the main disputed areas between Nepal and India. Both the parties are insistent in their pace, however, atempt was made time to time to resolve the matter in a friendly manner. The technical boundary committee formed in 1981 was inoffensive on this issue.

Nepal-India joint field study team under the Boundary Working Group is going to start the work in the field from the second week of February 2015 –  to identify the missing boundary pillars, to establish the pillars for demarcation and to repair the old and damaged pillars.

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