India`s serious concerns over
Maoists` growing activities against it and threats to joint ventures in Nepal, were raised by External Affairs Minister SM Krishna during his meeting with the former rebels` chief Prachanda.
Anti-India activities by Maoists, including targeting of its diplomats and joint ventures in Nepal, were raised by External Affairs Minister Krishna during his crucial talks with the former rebels` supremo Prachanda here Friday.
Concerned over the situation in
Nepal, India Thursday raised the issue of activities directed against it by Maoists and sought adequate security for its
nationals in this country, including its diplomats.
Against the backdrop of increased
anti-India activities by Maoists, Nepal assured New Delhi that its security concerns would be addressed and vowed
not to allow any activity from its soil directed at India.
Nine days after the daylight murder of controversial Nepali media tycoon Jamim Shah, a former police official said the "mafia" had entered the country and was operating with impunity due to protection by politicians.