Nepal PM India Visit: Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, who arrived in India, met PM Modi at Hyderabad House in Delhi on Thursday. During this, there was a lot of warmth between the two. This was followed by a delegation level meeting with both the Prime Ministers. During this, discussions were held on the economy, energy, infrastructure, education sector and strengthening of people-to-people ties between the two countries.
PM Modi and his counterpart Prachanda jointly laid the foundation stone of Phase-2 of the Motihari-Amlekhganj oil pipeline between India and Nepal. E-scheme of Kurtha-Bijalpura section of Railway was also unveiled. The two Prime Ministers jointly flagged off an Indian Railways cargo train from Bathnaha to Nepal Custom Yard. PM Prachanda has invited PM Modi to visit Nepal.
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I gave hit formula to Nepal
PM Modi said that I remember, 9 years ago, in 2014, within three months of taking charge, I made my first visit to Nepal. At that time I had given a ‘hit’ formula for India-Nepal relations – High-ways, I-ways, and Trans-ways. I had said that we will establish such contacts between India and Nepal that our borders do not become barriers between us.
Will import 10 thousand MW electricity in 10 years
The PM said that along with new rail routes, provision has also been made for the facility of India’s inland waterways for the people of Nepal. Today Prime Minister Prachanda ji and I have taken many important decisions to make our partnership a super hit in the future. Today the transit agreement has been concluded. Today ‘Long Term Power Trade Agreement’ has been concluded between India and Nepal. In this, we have set a target of importing 10,000 MW power from Nepal in the coming 10 years.
Delhi: In the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, MoUs were signed between the two countries in several fields. pic.twitter.com/osuiLZhl1C
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Ramayana circuit project will accelerate
PM Modi said that the religious and cultural relations between India and Nepal are very old and strong. To further strengthen this beautiful link, Prime Minister Prachanda ji and I have decided that projects related to Ramayana circuit should be expedited. We will keep working to take our relationship to the height of the Himalayas. …and in this spirit, we will resolve all the issues, be it boundary issue or any other issue.
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