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‘India has not interfered in Nepal’s politics,’ ex-PM Oli says of dispute



Kathmandu: Former Prime Minister of Nepal KP Oli said on Friday that India should not be drawn into controversy over a recent comment by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal “Prachanda”. Prachanda had said that Sardar Pritam Singh, an Indian businessman in Nepal, tried to make him prime minister. “He visited Delhi several times to make me prime minister and held several rounds of talks with political leaders in Kathmandu,” Prachanda said at a book launch event.

His remarks sparked controversy and sparked criticism. The work of Parliament has also been blocked. Responding to Prachanda’s remarks, Oli said, “India is well aware that interference in the formation of government in Nepal would be a violation of Nepal’s sovereignty and has not and will not.” rejected Prachanda’s statement]in which he said Singh had traveled to Delhi to make the CPN-UML chairman the prime minister.

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According to Oli, Singh said, “I didn’t go to Delhi to make Prachanda prime minister. I don’t know why the prime minister says that, but I never went to Delhi to appoint him prime minister. Speaking to a program organized by UML’s student wing in Kathmandu, Oli said Singh made the above remarks during a press conference. Oli said: “India never says this but our Prime Minister says that the sovereignty of Nepal does not belong to the Nepalese people or the Parliament and the government is not formed by the Parliament but by going to Delhi.” He said Prachanda’s statement was a “blow to our national sovereignty and nationalism”.

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