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Rs. 5.7M support in Mustang: No Anti-China activities says Ambassador

March 7, 2010

TGW
Telegraph Nepal
March 3, 2010

H.E. Quo Guohang, Ambassador of China to Nepal
after he handed over a Bank Cheque worth 5.7
Million rupees to one of the schools in Jomsom of
Mustang District said that “he hoped that the
population in Mustang will not let anti-China
activities take place in the area”.

Ambassador Guohang also said that China was
totally committed to support Nepal in the future.

He also requested the security personnel and
local administration officials in Mustang not to
allow pro-Tibetan activities occur in the area that adjoined Tibet.

Does Ambassador Guohang mean that now it has
become a compulsion for China to extend financial
support to Nepal on a continuous basis much
similar to what the Indian Ambassador does quite often?

Mustang district has also for long been the
favorite destination of Ambassadors of US, some European countries and India.

Nevertheless, the Chinese envoy handed over the
Cheque to Chief District Officer of Mustang, Mr. Umesh Kumar Dhakal.

The amount is to be used for the construction of
a two storey school building that will have a
Library, Science Laboratory and ac Computer Room.

The construction work will be completed in a year time, it has been reported.

Notably, compared to India’s annual financial
support to Nepal worth US$ 250 Million Chinese
support stands at a meager figure of US$21.9 Million.
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