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`Nepal will not allow anti-India activity'

Kathmandu Dec. 21. Asserting that the Himalayan Kingdom will not allow its territory to be used against India, Nepal today said both sides must ensure that the open border is not used by ``undesirable'' elements to create violence and instability.

``We both must make sure that the open border is not used by undesirable elements to create violence and instability,'' the Nepalese Finance Minister, Prakash Chandra Lohani said in his inaugural address at a workshop on ``Indo-Nepal Economic Cooperation'' here.

He stressed that in order to improve bilateral relations, the two should take into consideration four elements — political, economic, security and cultural aspects. Besides cooperating on the security issue, India and Nepal should jointly exploit opportunities available to them in the areas of water resources, tourism and information technology, he said. — PTI

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