KATHMANDU: Nepal has turned to the UN over alleged obstruction of a key border trade point with India that has resulted in acute shortage of essential goods as it appealed to the international community to ensure that landlocked countries' freedom of transit is not curtailed.
Deputy prime minister Prakash Man Singh, who led Nepal's delegation to the UN general assembly, held talks with UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon during which the issue of "India's blockade" on the border also figured, sources close to Singh told PTI.
尼泊尔副总理Prakash Man Singh与联合国秘书长潘基文举行会谈。消息人士对印度报业托拉斯说，期间印度的禁运问题也被拿来讨论。
Ban expressed his concern over the obstruction of essential supplies and the difficulties resulting from it, they said.
Well done Nepal. Depend on India for food, help and employment. Drag us to the world court whenever you're not happy about something.
Chase these Nepalis out of India. These guys are traitor's. Dear Nepalise you are free to go and lick chinkics A@# who care's get lost from our country
Anoop K. Sharma
UNGRATEFUL NEPALESE NEED TO BE KICKED OUT OF INDIA AS WELL. THEY ARE TOUTS OF BOTH CHINA AND THE PAKIS BUT SHAMELESSLY KEEP TAKING FAVORS FROM US.
its India's border,so it can seal or open,its India's choice...bacoffchineasepimp nepa
Pakistan and China should full support Nepal in their hour of need.
Nepal our friend...turning foe. better we can annexue it before Chinese do
China, Pakistan should step in to provide essential life saving supplies.
Nepal is not only a neighbour but a very special neighbour....we should never loose sight of that. With Nepa, l we should never try to leverage geographical advantage.
India should allow these gorkha s to their own fate