नेपालमा भारतीय हस्तक्षेपबिरुद्ध उभिन पाकिस्तानी नागरिकको चीन र संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघलाई अपिल

काठमाडौं, १० असोज । नेपालकोे आन्तरिक मामालामा हस्तक्षेप गर्ने भारतीय शासकबिरुद्ध पाकिस्तानी नागरिकले कडा आपत्ती जनाएका छन् । भारतकाबिरुद्ध र नेपालका पक्षमा पाकिस्तानी नागरिकले सोसल मिडियाहरुमा कडा आपत्ती जनाईरहेका छन् ।
नेपालमा नयाँ संविधान जारी भएलगतै भारतले गरेको नाकाबन्दीलाई पाकिस्तानी नागरिकहरुले ‘स्वाधिन राष्ट्रमाथीको हस्तक्षेप’ भन्दै भारतको कडा विरोध गरेका छन् । पाकिस्तानका सोसल मिडिया प्रयोगकर्ताहरुले भारतबिरुद्ध उभिएको नेपाललाई आफ्नो पूर्ण सहयोग रहेको ऐक्यबद्धता समेत जनाएका छन् ।
भारतले नेपालको सार्वभौमिकता माथि नै हमला गरेपछि सामाजिक सञ्जाल ट्विटरमा ‘व्याक अफ इन्डिया’ भन्ने ह्यास ट्यागको वल्र्डवाईड ट्रेन्ड नै चलेको थियो । उक्त ट्रेन्डलाई साथ दिँदै पाकिस्तानीहरुले नेपालमा हस्तक्षेप नगर्न भन्दै भारतप्रति आक्रोसित ट्विट गरेका छन् । हाल ट्वीटरमा पाकिस्तानी प्रयोगकर्ताले ह्यासट्याग #PakStandsWithNepal लेखेर नेपालप्रति ऐक्यबद्धता जनाइरहेका छन् । पाकिस्तानी नागरिकहरुले सामाजिक सञ्जाल मार्फत नेपाल अत्यन्त विषम परिस्थितिमा गुज्रिरहेका कारण सहयोग गर्न चीन र संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघलाई अपिल समेत गरेका छन् ।

  1. Thank you very much, Pakistani friends for supporting Nepal and Nepalis at this hour of Indian bullying act. You know friends, Nepal made a big mistake some 70 years ago.

    After the World war II, The British realized their bankruptcy and decided to grant independence to India and Pakistan. Mr. Jinnah led you in demanding a separate country. Unfortunately, Nepal did not have any bold leader who could lead in reclaiming Nepali territories that was merged into India deceitfully by the British after the so called Treaty of Sugauli of 1816. You know, the colonialist occupied Nepali land which was as big as present day Nepal.

    The then Rana rulers did not want to take the risk to antagonize the then Indian leader like Nehru, Patel etc. The Ranas were interested only to prolong their regime rather than raise voice for Nepal’s interest. Nor had there been any active political leadership developed in bringing up such claim at a time when two countries of India and Pakistan created. Because, had there been such strong voice raised at that crucial time, more than likely the British would have honored the claim. After all there were more than 100,000 Gurkha Army were ready to take care of regained Nepali territory.

    On the other hand, Mr Jinnah would certainly support the idea of returning Nepali land. Although this sounds like a wishful thinking now, it certainly was a probability at that time. Had it been the case, Nepal would have common border with Bangladesh (Formerly East Pakistan) and Indian would have no chance to impose economic blockade every time Nepal Government hesitates to accepts Indian hegemony and interference in Nepal’s internal affairs.

    Finally, the point I am trying to make is that Nepal and friends should stand together against Indian Political leaders hegemony and interference in the internal of its neighboring countries. More importantly, if India does not stop this kind of illegal behavior, Nepal should claim for Nepali territory lost in 1816 and start the campaign vigorously for Greater Nepal. Long live Nepal.

  2. Narendra Modi is a very shrew and crooked politician. He has tried to interfere directly in the internal affairs of a Sovereign neighbor. This is a flagrant violation of International law. When Modijee visited Nepal last year and made speech in the Constitution Hall, every one heard what he said. Modi’s current actions against Nepal is insane and deplorable. He has tried to impose his authority on Nepal’s Constitution. He must stop interfering in Nepal’s internal affairs immediately, otherwise he will have to have to bear the consequences.

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