Nepal banned Indian channel at the instigation of China, the minister said – Propoganda was spreading

Nepal banned Indian channel at the instigation of China, the minister said – Propoganda was spreading

July 10, 2020 Off By Vishnu Mahanand

Indian news channels have been banned by accusing PM KP Sharma Oli of spreading misinformation in Nepal. Announcing the ban, Information and Broadcasting Minister Yubraj Khatiwada alleged that Indian channels are spreading propaganda against the government of Nepal and especially PM Oli.

Doordarshan by accusing PM KP Sharma Oli of spreading misinformation. Announcing the ban, Information and Broadcasting Minister Yubraj Khatiwada alleged that Indian channels are spreading propaganda against the government of Nepal and especially PM Oli, these people always question our leaders. Please tell that Nepal has taken this decision immediately after a meeting with the top leaders of Chinese Ambassador Hou Yangki.

It is believed that this step has been taken after the instigation of Chinese Ambassador Hou Yangki. The round of meetings between Hou Yangki and the top leaders of Nepal is increasing. The Chinese Ambassador met former Prime Minister and Chairman of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) Pushp Kamal Dahal aka Prachanda on Thursday. Earlier, former Deputy Prime Minister and NCP spokesperson Narayankaji Shrestha had whipped the Indian media fiercely, citing Nepali media. He said that Indian media has crossed all limits of propaganda against Nepal government and Prime Minister Oli. Now this is happening a lot, it should stop. Nepal’s cable TV providers told news agency ANI, the signals of Indian news channels in the country have stopped.

The Nepalese media is strongly criticizing Ambassador Hou Yangki’s increasing interference in Nepal’s politics. In an editorial article on Wednesday, the Nepali-language newspaper ‘Naya Patrika’ wrote that China is gradually increasing its ‘micro-management scope’ in Nepal’s domestic politics. The newspaper wrote in its editorial, “The Chinese ambassador being active in resolving the differences of the ruling Nepal Communist Party is not good both in terms of bilateral relations and diplomacy.” Nepali newspaper ‘Citizen’ has also put its point on the lines of ‘Naya Patrika’, according to the newspaper, “It seems that China has stepped back from its old policy of not interfering in the internal affairs of Nepal. Ambassador Hao Yankee’s activism in the internal power struggle of Nepal Communist Party cannot be considered normal.

had also met the President
, according to the report of Hou Nepali media, the Nepali ambassador met with Prachanda at his residence on Thursday, but the two met Refused to say anything in relation. Hou has also met several leaders of the ruling party, including President Bidya Devi Bhandari, former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal, Jhalnath Khana, government ministers. However, political mercury has been rising in Kathmandu one after another from the meeting of Chinese ambassadors with ruling party leaders. It is believed that China is trying to bridge the gap in the ongoing dispute in the party.

Please tell Oli’s chair in danger that PM Oli has fallen alone in his party NCP but is not ready to resign. At the same time, his main opponents are not ready to accept less than Prachanda Oli’s resignation. After postponement of the Standing Committee meeting, 6 rounds of talks have been held between the two leaders. A meeting of the Standing Committee was called to discuss the working style and failure of the government. At the meeting, 33 of the 44 members demanded Oli’s resignation, but Oli was not ready to leave the chair.