Nepal’s Foreign Minister: ‘Want To Move Forward’


NEW DELHI: Ahead of Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal's visit to India, Nepal today made it clear that the issue of Constitution revision was an inner matter even as it said that both nations need to "introspect" on past issues like the "barricade". 

Going by Nepalese Foreign Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat guaranteed full collaboration to India on security issues and said Nepal won't permit its dirt to be utilized against India. 

"I think the coming visit of Nepalese Prime Minister will be exceptionally productive and we will begin another section of our relationship," Mr Mahat said. 

"Our Constitution is essentially extremely comprehensive obviously there is extension for development as there is no Constitution on the planet which is flawless," Mr Mahat said. 

"Whatever change that should be revised is totally interior Nepali process and in light of interest and desire of the general population of Nepal, we will continue enhancing our Constitution," he said. 

Gotten some information about the new government's desire from India, the outside clergyman said he would rather talk in regards to building connections taking into account trust, kinship and participation. 

"That is the thing that this visit is about," he said noticing that other than his Indian partner Sushma Swaraj, he met with Water Minister Uma Bharati, Power Minister Piyush Goyal, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, BJP pioneer Ram Madhav and Congress pioneer Janardan Dwivedi. 

"We need to advance and we ought to introspect where issues came and what turned out badly," he said. He additionally said Nepal will air its issue through strategic channel. 

"We would prefer not to make it a subject of open blame dispensing. Whatever issue we have, whatever we need to accomplish, we will work through discretionary channel," he said, focusing on that India ought to do likewise. 

"Best thing to do is air concerns and perspectives through discretionary channels. That is the most ideal approach to do, he said. 

Dismissing reports that that Chinese President Xi Jinping, has drop his proposed trek to Nepal, Mr Mahat said Nepal needs to have great relations with India and China.