Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal is all set to visit Delhi for a meeting on September 15. During his visit he will make the ties stronger between the countries.
"Prachanda" alleged that the people of his country have a lot of trust on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said, “Modiji and I think in similar ways, and we have chemistry. There is a difference in circumstances and our ideology, but that is a different issue.”
On Sunday, Nepal's Foreign Affairs Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat will visit India to conclude the plans of the meeting between the leaders of the two neighboring nations. He has a meeting planned with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday evening, reported the Kathmandu Post.
In the interim, Nepal may correct its Constitution to incorporate the requests by the Madhesi people group, reported The Telegraph. The progression prone to enhance the two-sided ties between the nations. The Madhesi people group, to a great extent of Indian birthplace, are against the Nepal's new Constitution that partitions their tribal country under a seven-territory structure. The people group needs the administration to outline their territory and fix discretionary voting public on the premise of populace and corresponding representation. In February, they canceled a five-month barricade along the Indo-Nepal outskirt.
With respect to, Prachanda told the Hindustan Times that it had no part to play in Indo-Nepal ties. He included, "I don't think it is conveying any belief system. For them, business and economy are vital."