A day after CPN-UML leader K.P. Sharma Oli left to Tibet’s Kailash region, UML leader and Member of Parliament Yubaraj Gyawali urged Nepal government to play a balancing role to end Indo-China border dispute in Doklam region.
At a time when the dispute between India and China over Doklam border stand-off is escalating, this topic has entered the parliament.
CPN-UML lawmaker Yuvaraj Gyawali raised this issue in the House meeting stressing the need to come up with a unified view of the Doklam issue, which recently has become a bone of contention between India and China.
Referring to the ongoing war of words between the two neighbors over the Doklam issue, Gyawali urged the government to come up with an equilibrium and single view over the issue.
“Our Nepal is like a buffer zone which is surrounded by China and India. If the emerging power nations clash with each other, it will have a massive impact, causing thousand times more losses than the one that 1962 war did. We should not keep mom on this issue,” said Gyawali raised the issued