Nepal Today

Monday, August 5, 2013



Kathmandu, 5 Aug.  Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has said India wants Constituent Assembly election on time in Nepal, RSS reports.

During a meet with Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala who is on the India visit, on Monday, Indian PM Dr Singh said India was for the political stability, peace, development and consolidation of democracy in Nepal, according to NC General Secretary Prakash Man Singh, who is accompanying President Koirala.

"India wants to see peace and prosperity through timely CA Election in Nepal," said General Secretary Singh, quoting Indian PM Dr Singh.

Similarly, the Indian PM said his country was ready to extend necessary help to Nepal to hold the CA elections. During the meeting, he expressed confidence that the relations existing between the two countries would be strengthened further in the days ahead.

On the occasion, NC President Koirala said efforts were on to involve all political parties in the CA election. According to General Secretary Singh, President Koirala said, "Nepal would move to stability, development and prosperity after the CA election."

Personal secretary of the President Koirala, Laxman Dhakal said, issues like two-country relations and use of water resources were also discussed during the meeting.

Earlier, Secretary at the External Ministry of India, Sujata Singh, met President Koirala at Hotel Lalita where Mr Koirala is staying.

Similarly, leader Koirala met Security Advisor of Indian PM, Shiva Shankar Menon. President Koirala who is on a six-day-visit to India will hold high level meetings with different Indian leaders.

NC General Secretary Krishna Sitaula is also accompanying President Koirala.


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