Indo-Nepal relations inspired not by governments but by citizens: Rajnath Singh


Nepal's Foreign Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, who was on a tour of India amidst the ongoing fighting in the neighboring country Nepal, met the country's Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday.

Describing the meeting as wonderful, the Defense Minister said, "Today had a wonderful meeting with the Foreign Minister of Nepal." India's relations with Nepal are not limited to the governments of the two countries but are inspired by the people of both countries. Relations between India and Nepal provide immense potential.

At the same time, Gyawali congratulated India for the success in developing the Corona vaccine and expressed confidence that the epidemic would soon go away. Let me tell you that before the Foreign Minister of Nepal, the Foreign Minister of the country S.K. Has met Jaishankar.

During this time, the Joint Commission ie JCM of the two countries met. All dimensions of bilateral relations were discussed in this meeting. In such a situation, there is a possibility of improving the screws in the relations between India and Nepal. The most important meetings between the two countries are considered the most important.

Interference in domestic politics not accepted: Nepal

Gyawali said that Nepal does not accept any interference in its domestic problems (politics). Because we are capable of dealing with our internal problems.

He said that neighboring countries can express their concern or raise questions on any issue. But we will not tolerate any interference in our political affairs.