New Delhi: The Nepal government has released its statement on the ongoing border dispute between Nepal and China.
The Nepalese Ministry of External Affairs said in its official statement, ” The Department of Survey conducted a joint field inspection as per official documents of the Government of Nepal and examined the boundary map and found that the buildings were not built on Nepalese land.”
Earlier in the year 2016, there was news about these constructions in the media. But the investigation teams found that this construction was done within one kilometer of the Chinese border.
In this whole case, China has already said that these buildings built on the Nepal-China border near the high mountain pass in Humla district are in its own area.
The Chinese soldiers said to a delegation from Nepal who visited the region on this Sunday, the same has been said by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu.
What is the whole matter after all?
There have been reports in recent days that China has allegedly built 11 concrete buildings in the area of Nepal as well as a solar power center in Namkha village.
It was claimed that China built it between the number 11 and 12 pillars on the Nepal-China border in Humla district.
There was a dispute between the two countries for two days.