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Regmi briefs President Yadav about CA poll; Indian Ambassador pays farewell call to Regmi


KATHMANDU: As the government is still facing hard times to convince disgruntled parties on board for holding the elections of the constituent assembly, chairperson of the Interim Election Government Khil Raj Regmi has called on President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav at the latter’s residence in Sheetal Niwas on Friday.

During the meeting Chairperson Regmi informed the President about ongoing talks and agreement reached with political parties as well as preparations of the election to the Constituent Assembly (CA). Talking with journalists later, Regmi said that the dialogue with the poll-opposing groups is heading towards a positive direction. President also urged Regmi to create conducive environment for all to take part in the elections.

Earlier on Thursday, the High Level Political Committee (HLPC) and 33-party alliance led by the CPN-Maoist has agreed to call a multi-party political roundtable representing all the parties in the dissolved Constituent Assembly.

Meanwhile, outgoing Indian Ambassador Jayanta Prasad paid a farewell visit to Chairperson of the Interim Election Government Regmi in Kathmandu on Friday.

In a meeting that took place at Regmi’s office in Singha Durbar today, Chairman Regmi congratulated Ambassador Prasad for his successful tenure as the Indian envoy. Regmi also praised the Indian support on Nepal’s social and economic development at different period of time over the years.

In return, Ambassador Prasad expressed his optimism that the CA elections in Nepal will be a success. Likewise, Prasad paid a farewell call on Minister for Foreign Affairs Madhav Prasad Ghimire today. During the meeting, the two discussed the issues of mutual interests between the two countries.

The Indian Ambassador is returning home on Sunday after completing his two and a half years tenure in Nepal. Indian diplomat Ranjit Rae will replace Prasad as the Indian envoy in Nepal.

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