The Foreign Affair and Human Rights Committee of the House of Representatives will visit the disputed Kalapani area in Darchula district within the next two months. Committee chairman Som Prasad Pandey said, Nepal has been demanding that Indian soldiers be removed from the disputed area but nothing has happened. The visiting team will prepare a report based on the visit. This will later be presented to the parliament. The Committee had visited disputed Laxmanpur Barrage and prepared a report earlier. Pandey also informed that UML General Secretary and leader of the opposition, Madhav Kumar Nepal, who also happens to be a member of the Human Rights Committee, will also visit the disputed area. Speaker Taranath Ranabhat may also join the team, he said. He added that the House Committee will soon discuss the present human rights situation with the
chairman and members of Human Rights Commission.