Nepal Removes Indian Pillar From Sita Cave, Army Alert

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On Saturday, the Nepalese overthrew Pillar No. 436 for border demarcation near Thori located on the Indo-Nepal border. This caused an uproar after the removal of pillar which was located near the Sita cave. On Monday, Nepali PM and President are expected to come near Sita Cave in Thori, Nepal. However, this has not been confirmed yet. The people of the Indian region are surprised by the discussion of the arrival of the Nepali PM-President and the uprooting of the pillar.

SSB Deputy Commandant Shailesh Kumar said that Pillar was safe at his place till Saturday afternoon. Later in the afternoon, he was found falling at the same place. The eviction of Pilar was revealed after the SSB team reached the spot on the information of the people of Bhikhanathori. The matter has been reported to the higher authorities. The uprooted pillar is being monitored. The commandant believes that Pilar was firmly buried. Many people together can uproot it. Now Pilar will be buried again at the same place following the instructions of the senior officials.

The discussion of the Nepalese Prime Minister and the President coming to Thori on the Indo-Nepal border on Monday is in full swing. Information from sources across the border has told that Nepalese President and Prime Minister Sita will go to the cave and lay the foundation stone of the temple. However, this has not been officially confirmed.

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