Amid the ongoing political skirmish in Nepal, an important statement has come from the Government of India. India has made it clear that the current political movement of Nepal is its internal matter and India will not interfere in it. Recently, the Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli requested President Vidya Devi Bhandari to dissolve the lower house of Parliament, which was accepted by the President. After this development, there is a fierce battle in the ruling party of Nepal and the opposition is the attacker. The case has also reached the Supreme Court. & Nbsp;
Nepal dealt with the issue under democratic process
India’s foreign ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said, dissolving the House of Representatives and discord in the ruling party is Nepal’s internal matter and the neighboring country. It should be settled under the democratic process. Bagchi said, we are watching the recent developments in Nepal. We believe that this is an internal matter of Nepal and Nepal should resolve itself according to its domestic circumstances. He said that India will continue to support Nepal in its journey of progress, peace, stability and development. Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said that we see Nepal as a neighbor and friend to deal with within its domestic structure and democratic processes. & Nbsp;
Announcement of midterm elections on 12 and 19 November & nbsp;
It is noteworthy that Nepal’s opposition coalition’s decision to dissolve the House of Representatives by the President is & lsquo; unconstitutional & rsquo; Stating that a writ petition has been filed against it in the Supreme Court. Earlier, President Vidya Devi Bhandari called Prime Minister K.K. On the recommendations of P. Sharma Oli, the House was dissolved. Oli’s government was reduced to a minority after losing confidence in the House. Former MPs of Nepal’s opposition parties gathered on Sunday and Monday and submitted their signatures in support of Sher Bahadur Deuba’s claim to the post of Prime Minister. President Bhandari dissolved the 275-member House for the second time in five months on Saturday on the recommendation of Prime Minister Oli and announced mid-term elections on November 12 and 19.