Traders of WB village decide not to export products to Nepal over new map

Panitanki (Siliguri), June 28 (ANI): Amid the border tension between Nepal and India, traders of Panitanki village in West Bengal’s Siliguri have decided to not export their products to Nepal. Traders felt sad that Nepal has claimed their authority over three areas of Indian territory – Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura. They said until the matter is not solved, “We have decided not to trade with Nepal. This is very sad being helping them throughout these years Nepal has now claiming over our land.” However, the Indian traders are also facing losses in their business but they say country comes first.