Dahal in Delhi meets Modi’s National Security Advisor

Kathmandu, September 7

On the first day of his visit to New Delhi of India, ruling Nepal Communist Party Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal held a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s National Security Advisory Ajit Doval.

The dinner meeting had lasted for around two hours, Dahal told Nepali organisations in New Delhi after the meeting

“The Indian Prime Minister had said he would extend a support of rs 100 billion as he addressed Nepali Parliament. But it has not been implemented well,” he said, “I demanded that the promise be kept.”

He also stressed that Nepal and India should make maximum efforts to improve the ties between two countries immediately as both the countries have powerful governments currently.

Dahal had left for New Delhi on Thursday.


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