After Sri Lanka, Nepal objected: oppose the expansion of BJP to Nepal.
India Today reported on the 17th that Nepalese Foreign Minister Jawali tweeted on the 16th that “the BJP will expand its power and form a political entity in Nepal” that “official opposition has been put forward”.
“Noted, a formal objection has been raised.” Jawali wrote in response to Nepalese Twitter users who “yelled” to pay attention to the matter.
The report quoted sources as saying that Nepal’s ambassador to India, Nilamber Acharya, had conveyed the official message of the Nepalese government to Arindam Bagchi, the official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India, for Nepal and Bhutan.
Oppose the statement.
According to India Today, according to media reports, Prab Debu, the chief minister of Tripura, northeast India, said on the 13th that Indian Interior Minister Amit Shah had said that the ruling People’s Party would expand its influence in other countries in South Asia as part of the “self-reliance” movement about India.
Power, including Sri Lanka and Nepal.
The report said that Nimal Punchihewa, chairman of the Sri Lankan Election Commission, responded on the 15th that the BJP’s electoral law does not allow it to do so.
“Any political party or group in Sri Lanka is allowed to have external links with any political party or group overseas.
However, our electoral law does not allow overseas political parties to work here.”
The Indian Newspaper Trust (PTI) quoted Punchhwa as saying.