Indian encroachment: India has captured a Jange Pillar in the Santakpur area of Panchthar. He has captured Jange Pillar No. 57. Auxiliary column number 57/224 is missing. India, which has captured the Jange Pillar, has been saying that the Jange Pillar is on the map of its country. On the basis of this map, he has encroached on Nepali land at Santakpur.
Only a few months ago, India unveiled a new map. In the map, the Nepali territory of the western region of the country, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura and Lipulek have been included in the map of their country. Nepal has already sent a diplomatic note to the Indian government expressing serious objection to the encroachment.
However, in the same map, the territory of Santakpur area of Panchthar has also been included in his country. It was only known seven days ago that Nepali land was encroached in Santakpur. Chairman of Phalelung Village Municipality Sanch Kumar Kerung said that they came to know about it after the Santakpur-Ahal Chauripalak Kabuliyati Forest Group started constructing a museum for the promotion of tourism on Nepali land from 10 yards to 100 meters.
Indian encroachment – on the eastern border of Nepal
The Forest Group had been working as the ‘foundation’ of the museum after the Division Forest Office, Panchthar, provided Rs 1 million. Earlier, the Indian Border Security Force (IBSF) had obstructed the construction work on April 10. Chairman Kerung told Nepalnews that he warned to demolish any permanent structure.
Chairman Kerung had reached the border for facilitation after the forest group said that the Indian Border Security Force had obstructed the construction of the museum. “India is trying to come up with a new map. The SSB has a new map of India on its mobile phone,” said Chairman Kerung.
The District Coordinating Committee for Inspection of the Area Panchthar has sent member Santosh Century and Division Forest Office Ritesh Yadav on Friday after the SSB obstructed the construction of the museum by the forest group.