New Delhi: Senior Indian BJP Leader Vijay Jolly visited Nepal at a time when Nepal is soon to promulgate a new constitution.
The Indian doctrine as proposed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for “adopting consensus approach” for the new Nepal constitution was strongly advocated by visiting BJP leader Vijay Jolly in his meetings with the Senior Nepali leaders in Kathmandu.
He met the President of Nepal Shri. Ram Baran Yadav, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, CPN (UML) President Shri. K.P. Sharma ‘Oli’, Madhesi leader Bijai Gachchhdhar, Maoist leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, Former Prime Minister Jhalnath Khanal, Ex. Defence Minister Smt. Vidya Bhandari & Indian Ambassador Shri. Ranjit Rae in Kathmandu.
Indian leaders were invited by Youth Federation Nepal, youth wing of Nepal ruling alliance partner CPN (UML) party conference on “Nepal –India Friendship : Relations, Development & Cooperation” organized at Kathmandu, Nepal. This program was addressed by Senior Nepali leader K.P. Sharma ‘Oli’, Nepal Industry Minister Mahesh Basnet, Dr. Udit Raj, Delhi BJP leader Gopal Jha & youth leader Vijay Vats.
Shri. Jolly while addressing the Nepali citizens stated that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has special love and affection for the Himalayan Kingdom. During his first nine months, PM Modi twice visited Nepal. Rupees 10,000 Crore soft loan to Nepal and recent announcement of US$ 1 billion dollars by India for Nepal re-construction, is India’s commitment for Nepal’s development & progress stated Mr. Jolly in Kathmandu.
Starting of Kathmandu – Delhi bus service “Pashupati Nath Express” shall accelerate tourism between the two countries stated Mr. Jolly.