India has termed the latest political developments in Nepal, PM KP Sharma Oli’s decision to dissolve Parliament and the infighting within the party as an internal matter of the neighbouring country. It has also said that these issues will be dealt with in the democratic process of the country. Last week, on the recommendation of KP Oli, President Bidya Devi Bhandari announced the general election in November by dissolving the House of Representatives, but there have been mass demonstrations since then.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said on Wednesday, “We have seen the recent political developments in Naples. We see them as internal affairs of Nepal and we believe that they will be dealt with by our own domestic structure and democratic process. “He further said,” As a neighbour and friend, India progresses Nepal and its people. , Stands with him on the journey of peace, stability and development. ”
After the Left party came to power in 2018 under the leadership of KP Oli, there were many major ups and downs in Indo-Nepal relations. He also tried to bring Nepal closer to China and in this order provoked a border dispute with India last year. Oli amended the political map of the country to include Indian scripts such as Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura.