Nepal Army chief visits India to strengthen strategic relations

Nepal Army Chief General Prabhu Ram Sharma showed up in India on a four-day visit today, demonstrating a defrost in the connection between the top nations which had been chilly over Nepal’s cases at Lipulekh Pass in Uttarakhand.

The KP Oli government in Nepal had taken an unmistakably supportive of Chinese stand which showed in the line over the Lipulekh Pass.

India, which is confronting inconvenience on its boondocks, raced to alleviate Nepal General MM Naravane had visited Nepal in November 2020.

During his visit to New Delhi, Gen Sharma will be met with the title of privileged “General of Indian Army” by President Ram Nath Kovind on November 10.

Gen Sharma today approached Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar, Army Chief MM Naravane and IAF boss Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary.

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Gen Sharma is paying the visit on an authority greeting reached out by General Naravane, Chief of the Army Staff of Indian Army.

Sunita Sharma, the administrator of the Nepali Army Wives Association and the Army boss’ better half, is likewise going with him to India, it said.

During the visit, Gen Sharma will hold gatherings with Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar, Chief of Defense Staff General Bipin Rawat, Army Chief Naravane and Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhary.

He will get back to Nepal on November 12.

Declaring Gen Sharma’s India visit, the Nepal government representative Gyanendra Bahadur Karki said that last month that the Army boss would meet his Indian partner Gen. Naravane and other help bosses to support two-sided protection ties

India has been careful about the rising Chinese impact in Nepal. General Naravane had said a year ago “there was motivation to accept” that Nepal’s complaint on the Lipulekh was “at the command of another person”, alluding to China’s conceivable job.

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General Naravane had said this in light of an inquiry on the protest communicated by Nepal on the 80-km street from Ghatiabgarh in Uttarakhand to Lipulekh Pass, close to the India-Nepal-China trijunction and only five km shy of the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

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