Revolutionary Maoist condemns Indian intrusion into Nepali territory

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Kathmandu: The CPN (Revolutionary Maoist), issuing a statement, has strongly condemned and opposed the intrusion into Nepalese territory and abduction of Lal Bahadur Aauji, the resident of Dipayal Silgadhi Municipality – 8, Nepal, by a group of Indian police, in official dress, led by the DSP Nagraj as the direct intervention upon the Nepalese sovereignty by Indian State and has strongly asked with the Government of Nepal to make the Indian Government apologise on the incident.

Indian police abducted him from his residence at midnight on Wednesday by tying his hands and masking his face and attempted to take Aauji with them to India. Instead of taking action against the Indian intruders and their naked intervention upon Nepal, the government of Nepal ordered the Nepalese police to silently patrol the intruders, who were detained by Nepalese police, up to the border and handover them to Indian authority. Party has said that this incident has further exposed the prostrating character of the present Nepalese Government.

The statement signed by Hari Bhakta Kandel, the spokesperson of the revolutionary Maoist, writes, “Our party strongly demands with the Government of Nepal to make the Indian Government publicly apologise on such interventionist events perpetrated by Indian authority.”

The statement has strongly called upon the self-respected Nepalese people to forcefully resist the Indian interventions and excesses and has also appealed Nepalese citizens to raise voice against the anti-national puppet Government of Nepal that prostrates before the Indian expansionist ruling classes.