A Data prepared by Survey Department of Agriculture Ministry of Nepal has indicated that China has diverted the flow of rivers in certain areas of the Nepal-China border. These rivers act as a natural boundary between the two nations.
REPORT DOCUMENT STATES “If the receding of land by rivers continues, then hundreds of hectares naturally go towards TAR.There is a high possibility that over a period of time, China may progress Border Observation Post (BOP) of its armed police in those territories,” the document states.
According the report, Survey Department of Agriculture Ministry of Nepal, shows a list of I I places, of which China has encroached on 10 places comprising about 33 hectares of Nepali
Highlights from the Report
- Humla District (in Nepal): Route of Bagdare Khola River and Karnali River are diverted. By this Rerouted, China has annexed 10 hectares of land under its Tibet Autonomous Region.
- Rasuwa District (in Nepal): Routes of 3 rivers- Jambu Khola, Sinjen, and Bhurjuk are Rerouted. The total area of about 6 hectares annexed in this district.
- Sindhupalchowk District (in Nepal): In this district, a total of 11 hectares of land has already been annexed by republic’s of China as its own territory. This was done by Reroute the route of Bhote Kosi and Kharane Khola rivers.
- Sankhuwasabha District (in Nepal): Routes of 3 rivers- Arun, Sumjung, and Kam Khola are Rerouted. The total area annexed by China in this district is 9 hectares.
China have also annexed Nepalese Villages Rui and Teigha
REPORT DOCUMENT says that was published by media houses in Nepal claims that two villages in the northern part of the Gorkha district (Nepal) have been annexed by Mainland China. The name of the villages is Rui and Teigha. These villages are currently included in the map of Nepal. But as per the reports, the boundary pillars that demarcated as the border between the two nations have been removed.
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