The Communist Party of Nepal dealt a major blow to China and Oli

Bangla Hunt Desk: Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and China have changed some rules in the country to break the deep ties. According to sources, the Communist Party of Nepal has realized that the Chinese ambassador to Nepal is sniffing at Nepal's politics. And he is trying to change the policies of the country as his own. Seeing this, the party has been instructed to discuss and issue new rules.

It is rumored that Chinese Ambassador Zhao Yankee and other ambassadors who incited Nepal against India are now finding it difficult to meet directly with Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli and the President. Nepal's foreign ministry has decided to change the rules for foreign ambassadors. Under the new rules, no foreign diplomat will now be able to meet Nepal's leaders outside of scheduled protocols.

In the midst of the political turmoil in Nepal, the Chinese ambassador met directly with the President of Nepal, Vidya Bhandari, in addition to many leaders of the Communist Party of Nepal. There have also been street protests in Nepal against the Chinese ambassador, who has been working day and night to keep Oli in power. He was even advised to stay in the embassy only. The new rules came after the outcry of the Nepalese people and the gradual swallowing of Nepal by China.

It is learned that many leaders of Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli Same's party used to meet the Chinese ambassador directly. And they used to make strategies against other countries. As a result, Nepal's relations with India are deteriorating day by day. At the behest of Chinese Ambassador Zhao Yankee, the Nepalese Prime Minister used to carry out anti-India activities and even changed the map of Nepal. With this in mind, the Communist Party of China has ordered the issuance of these strict rules.

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