Published On: June 20, 2018 08:27 PM NPT By: Republica | @RepublicaNepal
GAUSHALA, June 20: The 154-feet-long drain pipe, unilaterally constructed by India in no-men's land along the Nepal-India border at Matihani municipality-8 of Mahottari district, was buried early this morning.
The drain pipe which was constructed by Indian government in a way to cause damage towards Nepal's land, got collapsed. The pipe was constructed in no-men's land at Madhawapur town of Madhuwani district in the Bihar State around a month ago.
Chief of Madhawapur Panchayat of India Nilambar Mishra buried the drain pipe by mobilizing labourers and machines.
The Mahottari District Administration and security agencies have demanded burial of the pipe after making on-site observation of the construction site.
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