Nepal-India Relations Moving Ahead In New Grounds For Mutual Benefits

Nepal-India Relations Moving Ahead In New Grounds For Mutual Benefits

April 2, 2018, 9:08 a.m.

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who is set to embark on an official visit to southern neighbor on Friday, said that the Nepal-India relations are moving ahead in new grounds for mutual benefits.

According to The Himalayan Times, the PM and UML Chairman KP Sharma Oli has asserted that the country has entered into the new era. He said so while laying a foundation stone of Garment Processing Centre in the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) at Sauraha in Jeetpur Simara Sub Metropolitan-4 in Bara district on Sunday.

The processing centre would be built in 140 bighas of land out of 843 bighas separated for SEZ, one of the national pride projects in Bara district.

“It’s a first step for import oriented economy like Nepal towards entering into the new phase of economic prosperity. No one can halt the path Nepal has set for prosperity,” Oli lauded.

“Poverty, diseases, hunger and backwardness would be eliminated from Nepal,” Oli stressed.

Oli said constitution can be amended at any times as per the requirement of people and country but geography.

“People’s mandate is supreme. It cannot be changed. If necessary other things can be amended,” Oli explained.

Oli said neighboring countries India, China and other nations are supporting Nepal’s path towards development and economic prosperity.

“I will embark on state visit to India on Friday. Southern neighbor is ready to assist in Nepal’s development,” Oli shared.

PM Oli said peace, security, good governance, corruption eradication and social harmony are government’s top priority and government will not comprise on these matters.

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