1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship

1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty Of Peace And Friendship

1950 Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship

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The Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 is a bilateral treaty between Nepal and India establishing a close strategic relationship between the two South Asian neighbors. The treaty was signed on July 31, 1950 by the then-Prime Minister of Nepal Mohan Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana and Indian ambassador to Nepal, Chadreshwar Narayan Singh. The treaty allows for the free movement of people and goods between the two nations and a close relationship and collaboration on matters of defence and foreign affairs. While India values the treaty as deflecting the influence of its regional competitor, the People's Republic of China, the treaty has been unpopular in many segments of Nepal, which often regards it as a breach of its sovereignty.


The Himalayan federal republic of Nepal borders northern India in the south and east. During British rule in India, Nepal's ties were governed by the 1816 Treaty of Sugauli. After the independence of India in 1947, the two nations sought to forge close strategic, commercial and cultural relations. The rise of Communist China in 1949 and the subsequent invasion of Tibet heightened security concerns in both India and Nepal — while India had maintained good relations with Tibet and was faced with border issues with China, Nepal feared that China would support the...
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