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Nepal: India-Nepal 1950 Treaty

Bhumika Ghimire's latest vlog stresses that its time to re-negotiate the India-Nepal 1950 treaty of peace and friendship.

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  • Binaya

    There were mice and and a cat; suffered cat made a resolution to hang a bell so that they would some few seconds time to avoid the death.

    There were no one. Afterall Darbin law was to be established.

    And a rabiit in a forest lure a giant lion and lead him to a deep pond puesuading him to be a brave. Finally, he was killed.

    Rabbit received his freedom.Once again, Darbin law was to be established.

    It is natural for nepalese to suffered from such unequal treatment from every bilateral treaty. It is just because, we all Nepalese are the strong believer of good faith and a just political system and governance.And above all; We all are the learder in every part of our social life. and our leaders are all knowing incarnation with latest civilization gress!

    May pashupati bless all the Nepalese parties and their leaders!

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