The members of the House of Representatives (HoR) have said that the extraordinary unity was maintained in the Parliament today during the ‘Constitution of Nepal (Second Amendment) Bill 2077BS’ presented to incorporate Lipulek, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura of Darchula district in Nepal’s map so as to include them in the Coat of Arms.
The bill was passed by more than two-thirds majority of the parliament today.
Emerging from the meeting, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Yogesh Kumar Bhattarai said that unified voice of all political parties in the issues of nationality has become a unique identity of Nepalis.
“Such an important day has been recorded today. This shall assist to sit with India for talks on the table firmly based on the evidences collected by the experts’ team recently formed by the government,” he added.
Similarly, Minister for Energy, Irrigation and Water Resources Barsha Man Pun expressed the confidence that today’s national unity will exert pressure on India to sit for talks.
Likewise, Nepali Congress leader Gagan Kumar Thapa said that this is the day to make a commitment. He expressed the view that such a unity will make a significant support to bring back Nepal’s land. “Not only today, the message of unity on the issues of national agenda is gotten,” the NC lawmaker shared.
Diplomatic proficiency is needed to bring India for talks, Thapa observed.
Also commenting over the issue, NC leader Dilendra Prasad Badu expressed pleasure towards brining Nepal’s land into the political map and said that talks should be initiated immediately on the basis of facts and evidences to maintain harmonious relations between the two countries.
Source: National News Agency Nepal