Bengaluru: After its fight with India to usurp its territories, reports are that China has snatched territories belonging to Nepal as well. 

It can be recalled that Nepal had usurped India’s territories by amending its constitution, based on false assurance by China. 

Now, Nepal itself has become a victim of its bootlicking to China. 

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Reports are now trickling in that China has occupied a village of Nepal and allegedly removed the boundary pillars to legitimise its annexation, top government sources say. 

The latest in the line is Rui village in Gorkha district, which is now in total control of China. "In a massive departure from its diplomatic stand of non-interference, the Chinese have completely occupied Rui Village and the residents comprising around 72 houses are fighting for their original identity. This also shows how Nepal's current regime has surrendered to China and is now making anti-India statements and resorting to anti-India activities," the website adds. 

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It is to be noted that, as the website adds, apart from Rui village, China has also occupied strategic lands at 11 places across Nepal. Around 36 hectares of land in four districts of Nepal, which border China, have been illegally occupied by China, but so far Nepalese government is tight-lipped about it. The occupation of Rui village has been done systematically by China in the last two years.


With its amendment of its constitution, Nepal has plundered Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura of India. 

But now that China has annexed its territories, Nepal will surely feel the pinch. 

Sources quoted by the website add "Even after realizing that China's aggressive nationalism and military expansionism are a reality, the policies fashioned by hardline Communist Party of China (CPC) leaders, Nepal communist government prefers to remain silent.” 

On the other hand, as China fights with Japan as well, the land of the rising sun has begun an administrative process to integrate islands which China wants to usurp.