Nepal PM cherishes ‘realistic’ India visit

Nepal PM cherishes ‘realistic’ India visit
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FILE PHOTO: Prime Minister candidate and Chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) (CPN-UML) Khadga Prashad Oli, also known as K.P. Oli, arrives for a prime ministerial election at the parliament in Kathmandu, Nepal, October 11, 2015. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar/File photo

Kathmandu (Nepal): Nepal’s Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has termed his maiden visit to India ‘realistic’.

In a briefing held in the Tribhuwan International Airport, Prime Minister Oli claimed that his India visits to be realistic with the reference to the agreements and the engagement which he had during his two days state visit.

“Our visit has not been fabricated it has undergone the realistic procedure and it indeed has gone forward in the much more fruitful way and I also am confident that we all have experienced the same,” the Prime Minister answered to the question raised by media regarding his recent visit.

He added, “The agenda’s which I carried along with also was welcomed by India. Nepali republic’s manifestation, feelings, consonant were represented and I also presented myself on the basis of these things.”

During his visit to India as the first Premier of Federal Nepal Prime Minister Oli interacted and got engaged with Indian politicos.

He also highlighted India’s commitment to link Nepal with the waterways along with the railway’s links to increase the connectivity.

Oli set off for his maiden foreign visit to India on Friday and returned back to Nepal on April 8. (ANI)