Former Nepal PM KP Oli warns India against 'any unnatural' meddling in the country's affairs

Kathmandu: Former Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli on Sunday cautioned India against "any unnatural" meddling in Nepal's affairs.

Former Nepal PM KP Oli. AFP

Former Nepal PM KP Oli. AFP

Oli, who is also the chairman of CPN-UML, met Indian Ambassador Ranjit Rae at his party office in Kathmandu and made it clear that "any unnatural meddling in Nepalese affairs would be unacceptable".

"Such activities would only complicate the situation," Oli said, adding all sides should remain vigilant towards such activities, according to a statement issued by the party.

Oli, however, said that his party was in favour of maintaining hearty and cordial relations with the neighbouring countries.

There were media reports in Kathmandu which blamed India for toppling Oli-led coalition government last week, which India has outrightly rejected.

Updated Date: Aug 07, 2016 18:28 PM

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