Kathmandu – 13 May – India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Kathmandu is ready to become the Sherpa of India to help the summit of success. He was speaking after receiving a civil welcome from Nepal Government in Kathmandu. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to Nepal. After visiting Darshan at Janakpur yesterday, he met Nepal’s President, Vice President, Prime Minister, External Affairs Minister and other Ministers in Kathmandu to discuss various issues. Today, the Prime Minister took a glimpse of liberation and animal husbandry. At the end of Kathmandu’s speech, he also made a three-day accolade in Nepalese language, ‘Nepal-India friendship Amar Amaros’. The Prime Minister’s two-day tour has ended and he has moved towards New Delhi.
Mr. Narendra Modi said in Kathmandu, “Nepal has traveled from war to Buddha (from war to peace), traveled from bullet to ballot, but now you can not stop here, yet you have to reach a long distance, now you have reached the base camp of Everest. Just like Sherpa helps the climbers, just like Nepal does India is ready to accept the role of Sherpa for the success of the summit. ”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciated the features of the city of Kathmandu. The Buddha statue was given as a gift to the Prime Minister. In the last two days, Nepal’s Prime Minister Kharag Prasad Sharma Oli and Narendra Modi discussed various issues and laid the foundation for Arun 3 project. This will give power to both the countries of India and Nepal. Yesterday, the Prime Minister said that the Ramayana circuits would be launched to boost tourism in both the countries and he also showed the green flag from Janakpur to Ayodhya bus service. Today the bus has just arrived in India.