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'External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar himself has had to deal with Nepal and Sri Lanka matter due to Biplab Deb's Bizarre remark' : Report
TIWN Feb 27, 2021
'External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar himself has had to deal with Nepal and Sri Lanka matter due to Biplab Deb's Bizarre remark' : Report
PHOTO : Left : External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar, Right : Tripura CM Biplab Deb.

AGARTALA / NEW DELHI, Feb 27 (TIWN): The damage which has been done by Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb due to his absurd, unnecessary remarks about neighboring Nepal, Sri Lanka, India yet to overcome it. Nation's leading ongoing newspaper "The Print" has published a news with the headline - As Colombo turns to China, RSS helps Jaishankar tamp down furore on Amit Shah’s ‘remarks’. It reported how just a month back, Sri Lanka peremptorily cancelled a 2019 agreement, likely under Chinese pressure and now External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar has also had to deal with Nepal and Sri Lanka complaining about Home Minister Amit Shah’s alleged comments on establishing “BJP governments” in these two nations.
Nepali-language Naya Patrika pointed to a recent RSS conference in Birganj inaugurated by Kalyan Timilsina, the national convenor of the RSS in Nepal and asked, “Has this secret plan of the BJP come out?” According to The Kathmandu Post, Nepal’s ambassador in India Nilamber Acharya called the Ministry of External Affairs and complained about Indian interference in Nepal’s internal affairs. While the chairman of Sri Lanka’s election commission, Nimal Punchihewa was quoted in Ceylon Today as saying that a foreign political party cannot set up office in Sri Lanka, no matter how strong it is.

Nepali-language Naya Patrika pointed to a recent RSS conference in Birganj inaugurated by Kalyan Timilsina, the national convenor of the RSS in Nepal and asked, “Has this secret plan of the BJP come out?” According to The Kathmandu Post, Nepal’s ambassador in India Nilamber Acharya called the Ministry of External Affairs and complained about Indian interference in Nepal’s internal affairs. While the chairman of Sri Lanka’s election commission, Nimal Punchihewa was quoted in Ceylon Today as saying that a foreign political party cannot set up office in Sri Lanka, no matter how strong it is.

theprint.in/opinion/global-print/as-colombo-turns-to-china-rss-helps-jaishankar-tamp-down-furore-on-amit-shahs-remarks/609936/ The Print News Publication

"When Amit Shah was the Former Party President of BJP, at that time, we were sitting in the State Guest House. During discussions, North East Zonal Secretary of the BJP Ajay Jamwal commented at that time that BJP has bagged so many states to power. Replying to Ajay Jamwal's comment, Amit Shah said that these are gains inside the Country only. So far Nepal is left, Sri Lanka also should be won by BJP. We have to win over those countries and form Governments there", Biplab Deb said, while addressing a programme at Rabindra Bhawan on 13th February.

www.youtube.com/watch TIWN YouTube Link, CM Biplab Deb's statement 

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