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PM’s India visit: Pancheswor Project in Priority

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During the meeting with former prime ministers at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar. Pic- RSS

Kathmandu, April 4 – Preparations are underway to have discussion about Pancheswor Multipurpose Project in course of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s state visit to India beginning from April 6.
Efforts would be made to forge necessary consensus on the development of Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the project which has been limited to publicity since long, said the Ministry of Energy, Water Resource and Irridustry.
Addressing the meeting of the parliamentarians on Tuesday, Prime Minister Oli has said that the agenda of Pancheswor Project would receive priority during n discussion with Indian side.
According to Minstry Spokesperson Dinesh Ghimire, preparation are being made to forge consensus at high level to resolve dispute on the project and initiaite its construction.

Though Nepali and Indian teams are working out for materializing the efforts, the conclusion is yet to be drawn out.

Former PMs’ suggestions on PM Oli’s upcoming India visit

Prime Minister Oli has said that his upcoming India visit is a goodwill visit.

During the meeting with former prime ministers at the official residence of the Prime Minister at Baluwatar today, Prime Minister Oli clarified that his India visit would be for country’s welfare.

He said, “No agreements will be signed during this visit. No activities will be carried out against country’s welfare. Implementation of past agreements will be stressed.”

Prime Minister Oli said that his India visit would play significant role to further strengthen Nepal-India relation.

Former prime ministers—Pushpa Kamal dahal, Madhav Kumar Nepal, Jhalanath Khanal, Sher Bahadur Deuba, Lokendra Bahadur Chand and former chairman of Council of Ministers, Khil Raj Regmi were present on the occasion.

On the occasion, former Prime Ministers wished Prime Minister Oli for his successful India visit.
Former Prime Minister Madhav Kumar Nepal suggested that Prime Minister Oli stands firm on his stance.
Stating that Nepal-India relations that strained following the promulgation of the new constitution of Nepal, and the border blockade are now improving, former PM Dahal said “We should inform India that there is no any problem in Nepal, as the constitution has come into enforcement.”

Similarly, former Prime Minister Deuba said that Prime Minister Oli should focus his meetings regarding reducing trade deficit between Nepal-India.


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