NEW DELHI: Nepali Congress senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba who is currently on a weeklong (June 9-14) India trip, has said that he found India opting for the timely Constitution Assembly elections in Nepal.
Speaking at an welcome program organized by Nepali Janasamaprka Samiti (Nepali Public Relations Committee), India on Monday, leader Deuba highlighting the need of Indian support for the election, expressed his confidence that India is always on the side of peace, prosperity and stability in Nepal.
On the occasion, leaders Deuba also hailed the Non-Resident Nepalis residing in India for their contributions to the development of Nepal beside their role in the people’s uprising.
Meanwhile during a meeting with Deuba Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid has urged the Nepali leaders to announce the date for the Constituent Assembly elections at the earliest.
“Election is the means for peace and constitution. India is expecting an election through a political consensus.” Claiming that constitution is a part of the peace process, Khurshid said that India is ready to provide the logistical support for the CA election.
In reply, Deuba said that the parties are ready to be flexible for consensus over constitution. “Learning from the previous experience of Constituent Assembly election, we will try and make the constitution on time,” said Deuba.
Earlier, Deuba was visited by Indian Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai and National Security Advisor Shiv Shanker Menon at Hotel Maurya. Moreover, Deuba is scheduled to meet United Progressive Alliance Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Law Minister Kapil Shival and Congress leader Karan Singh.
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