New Delhi: BJP Leader Vijay Jolly today congratulated the First Women President of Nepal Smt. Bidhya Devi Bhandari on her election held at Kathmandu today.
Yesterday, Mr. Jolly had visited Nepal to meet & greet the new Nepal Prime Minister Shri. K.P. Sharma “Oli” in Kathmandu. Mr. Jolly was earlier invited by PM ‘Oli’ to his “swearing – in ceremony” as his special friend on 12th Oct 2015. But it could not materialize since Mr. Jolly had to depart for China the same day to attend the ICAPP meeting in Beijing.
Mr. Jolly only yesterday, had a 35 minutes long courtesy meeting with Smt. Bidhya Devi Bhandhari at Nepal PMs official Baluwatar residence in Kathmandu. And today she has been elected as the Second & First Women President of Republic of Nepal.
The Hon’ble Prime Minister K.P. Sharma ‘Oli’ and then Presidential nominee Smt. Bidhya Devi Bhandari, yesterday expressed their deep concern on fuel and gas shortage – crisis in Nepal with the visiting Indian leader Jolly in Kathmandu. Mr. Jolly also met the Ex. Nepal PM Sushil Koirala, CPN (UML) Gen. Sec. Ishwor Pokhrel & Sec. Pradeep Gyawali.
Mr. Jolly found that continued “fuel & gas” shortages due to Madheshi Andolan in Nepal have created a panic atmosphere resulting in anti India protests. He also pointed out that India has always stood like a good neighbor with Nepal in their crisis. And has never imposed any declared or un-declared economic blockades.
But amendments to the Nepal constitution on Madheshi demands and tackling the fuel & gas crisis in Nepal are today’s top priorities agreed visiting BJP leader Mr. Jolly.
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