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‘Nepali Territory Encroachment Won’t Be Allowed’

MAHOTTARI: Former Prime Minister and senior leaders of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Madhav Kumar Nepal said on Saturday that encroachment of single inch of country’s territory won’t be allowed.

Speaking at a function organised by society of former students of Sanskrit here in Matihani of Mahottari district, Nepal said that the country had sufficient documents and evidences to justify Kalapani and Lipulek as Nepal’s territory, therefore the nation would not let anyone to encroach even an inch of its land.

He also expressed happiness over the unprecedented consensus in the country on the issue of territorial integrity.

Former Prime Minister Nepal said that it was the time for Nepali people to return into their original eastern culture leaving the lately adopted western culture.

Nepal said that Sanskrit language is the mother of all cultures and its literature was very rich.

The study of Sanskirt language makes one cordial and studious, he said. My father had studied at Nepal Rajakiya Sanskrit School due to the reason it has contributed cordialness to my life, he said.

He stressed on collective efforts from all to save and promote the Sanskrit language.

On the occasion, leader Nepal observed Nepal Rajakiya Sanskrit Secondary School and Yagyabalkya Laxminarayan Biddhyapith located at Matihani.

Nepal expressed greetings for the success of Sanskrit Festival organised by the society of Sanskrit students.

Up on the arrival of Nepal, Student of schools had welcomed Nepal by reciting swastika (swastika bachan). Earlier in the morning, students had organised a rally.

Published Date: Saturday, November 16th, 2019 | 06:57 PM

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