August 20, Kathmandu. The Ministry of Home Affairs has objected to the burning of the statue of the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. In a press release issued on Sunday, the ministry objected to the burning of the statue, saying it had tarnished the picture of the prime minister of the neighboring nation.
A press release issued by the ministry’s spokesperson Phanindra Mani Pokharel mentioned, “The ministry takes serious objection to such abusive and reprehensible activities.”
A statue of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was cremated in Darchula on Friday by a pupil physique of the CPN-Unified Socialist Party. The Home Ministry has additionally mentioned that motion will likely be taken towards allies to manage focused actions and people concerned in such actions will likely be punished.
“The Government of Nepal wishes to deepen its relations with all its allies and is committed to prevent anti-national activities on Nepali soil. Urges everyone not to indulge in any such activity,” the ministry mentioned in a press release. which threatens the self-respect and dignity of the Allied nations.”