This statement is true. According to the New York Times,"The government in Nepal said on Monday that it was banning the popular social media app TikTok, saying the platform’s refusal to curb hate content was affecting “social harmony."" Additionally, AP News reports that Forgein Minister Narayan Prakash Suad stated that "“The government has decided to ban TikTok as it was necessary to regulate the use of the social media platform that was disrupting social harmony, goodwill and flow of indecent materials,”". That quote from Saud was also found in NPR. NPR stated that Nepal made it madatory for social media companies to register, pay taxes and abide by Nepal's laws. It is unclear whether Tiktok refused to follow those regulatios or if one of the company's actions led it to become banned.