India –Nepal has Close Bond
Bhopal. Ambassador of Nepal to India Deep Kumar Upadhyaya paid a courtesy visit to the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan at Mantralaya today. Upadhaya presented a replica of Pashupatinath Temple to the Chief Minister and invited him to visit Nepal. Chouhan said that Nepal and India not only hold friendly relations in view of cultural traditions and civilization but they hold bond of brotherhood. He further mentioned that the people of Bharat and Nepal are compassionately attached.
Ambassador Upadhyaya said that there is vast scope of hydro power generation in Nepal. India can provide assistance to utilize these possibilities. Chief Minister Chouhan said that India is moving ahead to establish international cooperation and peace under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Concrete efforts will be made in this direction too.
Deep Upadhaya expressed the will for exchange of cultural and academic groups to strengthen cultural ties between Madhya Pradesh and Nepal. Expressing consent on this, Chouhan said that it will also be beneficial for Madhya Pradesh. CM Chouhan apprised the Ambassador about the formation of Anand Mantralaya, its objectives and proposed activities. Upadhyay informed that people of Nepali community residing in the state are happy with the administration of the state. Chouhan mentioned that full support will be provided to the Nepali business community in the state. Senior Officers of Nepal Embassy, State’s Minister for Public Works Rampal Singh, Principal Secretary to CM Ashok Varnval were present on the occasion.