KATHMANDU:– Nepal on Tuesday revoked the visa of a Canadian who has worked in the country for four years, saying he violated the terms of his stay by posting comments on social media that could "incite conflict". The head of the immigration department said Robert Penner, a 37-year-old software developer, had two days to leave the country. Penner tweets frequently on social and political matters and had spoken out on a number of controversial issues, including a new national constitution that sparked deadly protests.–AFP

"His working visa has been cancelled and he will return to his home country within two days," Kedar Neupane, chief of the immigration department, told AFP.

"He was found to have violated the terms of his visa, commenting on internal matters of the country, inciting conflict and disturbing social harmony."