NEPALGUNJ, Nov 3: Indian Ambassador to Nepal Jayanta Prasad has said the governments of both the countries are on discussion to resolve the problems surfaced at Nepal-India border.
At an interaction programme organized by Nepal-India Border Area Journalists Forum bringing together journalists from both the countries, he further said, ‘As India’s development depends on Nepal’s prosperity so that India will always be in the forefront in assisting Nepal’s development
Prime Minister Dr Baburam Bhattarai’s recent India visit has been highly successful in improving relations between the two countries and opening up avenues for development, Prasad claimed, expressing confident that tiny matters emerging in politics will never affect the friendly relations between Nepal and India.
Ambassador Prasad also expressed happiness over the Nepal striding towards lasting peace.
Chairperson of Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) Shiva Gaunle the bilateral ties between Nepal and India is very close and friendly not on the basis of power and government but due to feelings.
Constituent Assembly (CA) members Mohammedi Siddiki, Badshah Kurmi and Sarbadev Ojha said people of Nepal and India always wish to see cordial relations between the two countries.
Chairperson of Nepal-India Friendly Association Nepal Chapter Purnalal Chuke presided over the interaction programme.
There is the participation of working journalists from Lakhnau, Kanpur and Baharaich of India and Nepalgunj area of Nepal in the interaction to last today.