Indian media should stop with the nonsense: NCP spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha

Former Deputy Prime Minister and Spokesperson of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Narayan Kaji Shrestha today said that the Indian media must stop the baseless propaganda against Nepal government and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli

Jul 09, 2020
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Former Deputy Prime Minister and Spokesperson of the ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Narayan Kaji Shrestha today said that the Indian media must stop the baseless propaganda against Nepal government and Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday, Shrestha expressed his disbelief on the extent to which some media channels have gone to defame the current government. “The baseless propaganda by the Indian media against Nepal government and our Prime Minister has crossed all limits. This is getting too much. Stop with the nonsense.”
 
He further stated, “Nepal is united as far as matters related to sovereignty and geographical integrity are concerned. What we do here is our concern. Divide and rule policies tried by foreign elements will not work here.”

His scalding views about Indian media came after an Indian news channel, Zee Hindustan, broadcasted an imaginative and defamatory programme linking PM Oli with Chinese ambassador to Nepal Hou Yanqi.

During the 16-minute programme with a headline derogatory towards Oli and the Chinese envoy, the anchors had said that PM Oli had been expressing views against Indian interest due to the influence of Ambassador Yanqi.

Earlier, The Times of India had published a disrespectful picture of PM Oli in its editorial. Indian media has been widely covering Nepal ever since the two friendly neighbours entered a zone of dispute over recent course of geo-political events.


https://thehimalayantimes.com/nepal/indian-media-should-stop-with-the-nonsense-ncp-spokesperson-narayan-kaji-shrestha/

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