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Uttarakhand: Nepalese pelt stones at Indian staff objecting to development paintings over Kali river

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A anxious state of affairs prevailed at the Indo-Nepal border in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand on Sunday night following stone pelting in opposition to Indian labourers from the Nepal aspect.

The stone pelting comes in opposition to the backdrop of Nepalese organisations objecting to development of an embankment over the Kali river via India. Sunday’s stone pelting came about on the Dharchula space. A couple of staff have been reportedly injured within the incident.

Stone pelting incidents were reported previous as smartly.

India has maintained that the embankment is being built by itself aspect and it will have to now not trouble the Himalayan country.

In line with stories, the Kali river, also known as Sharda river and Mahakali river, originates at Kalapani within the Himalayas in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. It flows alongside Nepal’s western border with India.

The development of greater than 1,700 metres lengthy embankment at the Indian aspect commenced in March this yr.

A anxious state of affairs prevailed at the Indo-Nepal border in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand on Sunday night following stone pelting in opposition to Indian labourers from the Nepal aspect.

The stone pelting comes in opposition to the backdrop of Nepalese organisations objecting to development of an embankment over the Kali river via India. Sunday’s stone pelting came about on the Dharchula space. A couple of staff have been reportedly injured within the incident.

Stone pelting incidents were reported previous as smartly.

India has maintained that the embankment is being built by itself aspect and it will have to now not trouble the Himalayan country.

In line with stories, the Kali river, also known as Sharda river and Mahakali river, originates at Kalapani within the Himalayas in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. It flows alongside Nepal’s western border with India.

The development of greater than 1,700 metres lengthy embankment at the Indian aspect commenced in March this yr.

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