Susta peo­ple seek­ing jus­tice against In­dian hege­mony

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A del­e­ga­tion of those vic­tims, na­tive res­i­dents of Susta, by In­dian se­cu­rity was in Kathmandu last week seek­ing jus­tice. As there is no strong pres­ence of the Nepal gov­ern­ment in Susta, the In­di­ans have en­croached a large por­tion of Nepali land and con­tin­u­ously been trou­bling Nepali cit­i­zens liv­ing there. Mean­while, Nepal's bor­der ex­pert Bud­dhi­narayan Shrestha has de­manded with the gov­ern­ment for re­turn­ing In­dia oc­cu­pied 14500 hectares of Nepali land in that re­gion. To save the iden­tity of the Nepali peo­ple in Susta, the sus­pen­sion bridge which is un­der con­struc­tion, has to also be com­pleted im­me­di­ately, Shrestha has de­manded. The con­trac­tor has stopped con­struc­tion works as he re­ceived a warn­ing from uniden­ti­fied peo­ple and he has stopped the con­struc­tion works. Fur­ther­more, Shrestha has de­manded to pro­vide Nepali cit­i­zen­ship to those who are yet to re­ceive cit­i­zen­ship pa­pers there. He has also sug­gested to open de­pos of the Nepal Food Cor­po­ra­tion and Salt Trad­ing Cor­po­ra­tion and open­ing of schools and health camps along with in­creas­ing the num­ber of the Armed Po­lice Force in Susta.

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