Nepal has erupted in protest against India’s interference after the Himalayan country adopted its secular constitution. Though there are many issues pending, the constitution seeks to transform Nepal into a modern republic and guarantees civil rights to all its citizens.
Here is how people in Nepal have expressed their opposition and frustration with the overt intervention of Indian officials in the domestic democratic process of their country.
what does India mean ?
I – interfering
N – Nepal's
D – diplomatic
I – Internal
A – Affairs
— दक्षिणा अधिकारी (@adbina55) September 23, 2015
#BackOffIndia has became more than a trend; it's a protest against India's unnecessary intervention and dominating tendency!!
— Suchana Ghimire (@artless77) September 23, 2015
— Govinda Baniya🇳🇵 (@DearGovin) September 23, 2015
Indian constitution passed by 67% consensus. Nepal's constitution passed by 90% consensus. #BackOffIndia treading
— Shisher Shrestha (@Ccr_NEPALI) September 22, 2015
Indians only have heard about Gurkhas,and if want to know more about us,don't worry"Khukuri"is our best friend in need .#BackOffIndia
— सुप्रिया 🙂 (@supriyaniraula) September 22, 2015
Trend is not against Indian people, it's against
Indian policy, it's against Indian interference!! 🙂
— Munnu (@me_munnu) September 22, 2015
— सुरज (@bhandarisuraz) September 22, 2015
We consider u as a good neighbour….Prove it
— Pratik (@PratikAdk) September 22, 2015
We're not so weak to lose the pride we've got in history,come on everybody, unite the hands to win the cold war against India.#BackoffIndia
— लालमणि खनाल (@lmkhanal) September 22, 2015
Some advised the Indian PM to take care of Gujarat first-
गुजरात सम्हाल !
गोर्खाल्याण्डको माग सम्बोधान गर !
कास्मिरमा जनमत संग्रह गर !
अनि बल्ल नेपाललाइ सिकाएस्#backoffindia
— ~क्षेत्री~ ™ (@KcKeshav) September 22, 2015
Better to post #BackOffIndia in English language 🙂 So that whole
world will easily understand it 🙂
— R (@Miss_Roosy) September 22, 2015
Why India cannot happy with neighbours???…why???…why???…what's their problem??? 🙁#Backoffindia
— Ram K.A.C. (@RamKAC) September 22, 2015
It is not the first time India is getting such responses from Nepali citizens on the social media. Some time back, the Indian media managed to frustrate and humiliate the Nepali people so much that they trended #IndianMediaGoBack on twitter