Nepal’s stance has changed significantly since the constitutional amendment made in May-June 2020 to show India’s land in its geographical map. After several indications of KP Sharma Oli-led Nepal government bringing the relationship back on track, India no longer wants to provoke the issue due to the importance of bilateral relations. On 26 November when Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla arrives in Kathmandu on a two-day visit.
Sources ssaythat there will be more talk on all aspects of speeding up connectivity projects in Nepal, mainly with the help of India. At the same time, Nepal will be assured from India that the vaccine produced in India for Corona will be supplied to Nepal as a priority. Sources say that India is firm on the fact that the map passed by the Nepali Parliament has included part of India.
Since there is a way to negotiate between the two countries on the border dispute. However, India has nothing to on this issue, because the part which Nepal is claiming has been with India for many centuries.