Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has accused India of trying to destabilise his government and has alleged the Indian Embassy in Nepal was conspiring about the same.
Sharma Oli on Sunday said that even though the “game” to oust him from the post has begun, it is impossible to remove him.
PM Oli has claimed that conspiracies were being plotted against him since the constitutional amendment showing Indian land in Nepali map.
There is an open race to remove me from the post. Nepal’s nationality is not weak. No one thought that a prime minister would be removed from office for printing a map,” KP Sharma Oli said.
Much to discomfort and diplomacy shock on June 13 Nepal’s parliament passed the amendment to include the new political map featuring areas of Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura in its Constitution.
Nepal’s Parliament voted on the map laying claim over the strategically key areas of Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura along the border with India, notwithstanding a strong protest by New Delhi. India has been maintaining that these three areas belong to it.
Earlier, former PM and Communist Party president Prachanda said that on every front, KP Oli has been unsuccessful and he should resign from the post of Prime Minister of Nepal.
However, KP Oli has refused to resign from the post despite the raging internal conflict in the party.
After his refusal, Prachanda even threatened to divide the ruling Communist Party.
Prachanda aka Pushpa Kumar Dhamal, who has earlier headed the country as a two-time Prime Minister, has also said that siding with KP Oli was his biggest blunder as a politician.