Mistakes made by Jawaharlal Nehru – King Tribhuvan of Nepal had offered merger with India after independence in 1952

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eRumor:
Mistakes Jawaharlal Nehru India Nepal Merger 1952 King Tribhuvan

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Confirmation by Ayupp.com – NOT SURE

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भारत - नेपाल विलय - 1952 में नेपाल के तत्कालीन राजा त्रिभुवन विक्रम शाह ने नेपाल के भारत में विलय का प्रस्ताव नेहरू के सामने रखा। लेकिन नेहरू ने ये कहकर उनकी बात टाल दी कि इस विलय से दोनों देशों को फायदे की बजाय नुकसान ज्यादा होगा। यही नहीं, इससे नेपाल का पर्यटन भी खत्म हो जाएगा।

Ayupp Analysis – The above news states that after independence, the king of Nepal Tribhuvan has offered India that Nepal wants to merge with India. Indian Prime Minister – Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru rejected this by saying that merger would be of more loss than benefit, so it is better not to merge. Merger might also destroy tourism.
It is very difficult to confirm that this news is genuine. There are couple of sites on the internet which makes this claim. For example - http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/%7Enplwgw/
http://postcard.news/nehru-refuse-acquisition-nepal/
But, there is no official communication from the government sites that this news is genuine. So we leave it to readers to decide. If they believe the above sites then this news is correct. And if we look for some official communication from the government of India, then we would not be able to find this information anywhere.
We also request readers to update their comments, if they are aware about this news.



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