No change in Gorkha recruitment in Indian Army: Nepal Foreign Minister Gyawali

New Delhi: Amid reports of rethinking Nepal’s recruitment policy in Gorkha, Nepalese Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said on Friday that nothing has changed in Kathmandu’s position.

On a question in Delhi, Nepal FM said : As for the recruitment of Gorkha into the Indian Army, it is a reality and one of the important components of our relationship.

” He added: Yes, there is academic discussion in societies, in living democracies, opinions may differ on this, but so far the Nepalese government has not changed its position on this issue or made a new decision on it.

Under the 1947 India-UK-Nepal Tripartite Agreement, the Gorkha regiments served in the British and Indian armies. have been a very famous part of India-Nepal people-to-people relationship, in fact the Chief of Staff of the Indian Army General Bipin Rawat is from Gurkha 5/11 rifles.

Jai Maha Kali, Ayo ri Gorkhali (Hi Goddess Kali, the Gorkhas are here! ), well known on both sides of the Indo-Nepal border.

7 Replies to “No change in Gorkha recruitment in Indian Army: Nepal Foreign Minister Gyawali”

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  2. Youth of nepal goes in indian army to save their country . But who will save our country Nepal from the dominance of indian army they always, day by day cross the border and interfear in our territory.

  3. Youth of nepal goes in indian army to save their country . But who will save our country Nepal from the dominance of indian army they always, day by day cross the border and interfear in our territory.

  4. Youth of nepal goes in indian army to save their country . But who will save our country Nepal from the dominance of indian army they always, day by day cross the border and interfear in our territory.

  5. Youth of nepal goes in indian army to save their country . But who will save our country Nepal from the dominance of indian army they always, day by day cross the border and interfear in our territory.

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