|The relations of India with Nepal started off in 1950 when the two countries signed a treat of peace and friendship. The treaty entitled the citizens of Nepal to the same facilities on the Indian soil which an Indian citizen enjoys. However, since then the relations have though been close but have seen lots of ups and down on issues of security.
With support from China and Pakistan, Nepal openly criticised Indian decisions in 1975 which led to souring of relationships. Treaties were revoked and not renewed due to non-fulfilment of demands of either side. However, after so much of altercations the relations started improving again in 1990 with the visit of Nepal PM Man Mohan Adhikary. Treaties were then signed with Girija Prasad Koirala. However, recently the relations have soured between the two nations after the crowning of King Gyanendra.