Via The Kathmandu Post: Haiti cholera slur haunts Nepal Army. The story is mostly a summary of an ABC News report on the origins of the outbreak. The conclusion:
The ABC report quotes UN Assistant Secretary General Anthony Banbury defending the peacekeepers saying that the disease could have been carried by a civilian aid worker. "Scientists say it can't be determined where it came from," Banbury said. "So we don't know if it was the UN troops or not."
The Nepal Army has been condemning the allegations linking it to the outbreak of cholera. “None of the investigations has so far proved that the Nepal Army is responsible for the outbreak,” Army Spokesperson Ramindra Chhetri said on Saturday. “It's a bad intention to pinpoint the national Army and the people of a sovereign nation without substantive evidence.”