As for the political situation in Nepal, I sincerely hope that China and India will go towards the neighboring nation and open borders, not only in words, but in deeds, and stop manipulating the neighbor. It is also worth to look at the political technology of the Madhesi conflict from aside. Take, for example, the children with posters with the hashtag #madhesispeak. Don't you think that if children are used in political games than this means the adults lie? Actually most of the Madhesi don't know what is the reason of meetings and what freedoms they are deprived, but when the innocent blood flew, they were bound by it. We have seen this technology in the world, for example in Ukraine. I wouldn't be surprised if the Indian government after artificial closures wants "to help" more to its neighbor and brings the troops. After all, the government of India is clearly interested in the hydropower plants of Nepal.
And the government should consider the national unity of their country and not to be silent, and to respond to modern ways of disseminating the desired information, for example, the same hashtags.