Tripura CM Biplab Deb had recently made a public remark that Home Minister Amit Shah has plans to instill BJP govt in Nepal, Sri Lanka


Minister for Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali has shared that said that the ministry has conveyed formal objection to India regarding a recent comment of Chief Minister of Indian state of Tripura, Biplab Deb, on matters concerning Nepal.

In response to a tweet drawing his attention to a report on Deb's comment concerning Nepal, Foreign Minister Gyawali stated today that he has noted the mention and that 'formal objection has been already conveyed.'

On February 14, the Chief Minister of Indian state of Tripura during a public event stated that India's Home Minister and former Chief of the Bharatiya Janata Party Amit Shah has plans to form a BJP government in Nepal and Sri Lanka.

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At a Sunday event of the Indian ruling party, Deb announced that the BJP, after completing it's expansion within India, will cross territories as well. He revealed that Home Minister Amit Shah in 2018 shared his plans to instill BJP governments in Nepal as well as Sri Lanka in their run for overseas expansion. 'We have to expand the party in Sri Lanka, Nepal and win there to form a government', Deb shared the excerpts from the conversation with Shah.

Meanwhile, many Indian tweeters have responded to Minister Gyawali's tweet, trolling him with what could be called objectionable statements on Nepal.

There has been no further comment by the Indian side on this matter.