KATHMANDU: Indian ambassador to Nepal Jayant Prasad made a remark that the development of India wouldn’t be considered as the full-fledged, sans the development of Nepal.
“As the development of India means the development of Nepal, it’s for the sake of development, Nepal and India should move in concert, “said the Indian ambassador speaking at a programme organised in the capital on Saturday.
While saying that Nepal is the land of opportunities, Prasad admitted that the India is always interested in investing into the education and health sector of Nepal.THT
On the same occasion, ambassador Prasad said that the bilateral relationship between Nepal and India should move in such a direction which would benefit both the Asian countries.
India is a republic in the Asian subcontinent in southern Asia while Nepal is a small landlocked Asian country high in the Himalayas between India and China.