In these circumstances, the three governments agree that, pending the conclusion of a final agreement covering not only the points already agreed in Kathmandu, but also the details that still need to be negotiated below and until the result of the referendum is known, the publication of the texts of the documents could be premature and misleading. The Tripartite Pact between Nepal, India and Great Britain ensures that all benefits, allowances, institutions and pension systems of Nepalese serving in the British and Indian armies are equivalent to British and Indian nationals. However, Gurkha veterans have long claimed that Britain has implemented a discriminatory pay policy.