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IBNS: Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leaders have increased political engagements with Nepal in recent times, triggering speculation that there might be a hidden strategic agenda behind the move.

Intelligence sources indicate that a high-level team from the CCP’s International Liaison Department is currently engaging in discussions with prominent political figures in Nepal, reports Epardafas.

On Sunday, Chinese leaders, including Chu Min, the political chief, held separate meetings with influential figures such as CPN (UML) Chairman KP Sharma Oli, Rashtriya Swatantra Party leader Swarnim Wagle, and Rashtriya Prajatantra Party Chairman Rajendra Lingden at their respective party headquarters.

Notably, these meetings were conducted without the presence of representatives from Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a departure from established protocols. Consequently, social media platforms have become abuzz with discussions, as senior journalists and analysts openly questioned the participating political leaders, reported the news portal.

According to reports, the official agenda of these meetings encompassed discussions on Nepal-China relations, the expansion of mutual ties between political parties, the geopolitical landscape, and other pertinent matters.

However, experts believe the scope of the meetings may extend beyond the mentioned subjects.