1 Oct,Kathmandu: Experts have noted the need of making age-old Nepal-India relations further strong and cordial.
At an interaction programme on ‘Revitalizing Nepal-India Relations’ organized by the Girija Prasad Koirala Foundation in the capital city on Saturday, political analyst of Bharatiya Janata Party, Dr Seshadri Chari said the inter-relation between Nepal and India would widen the bilateral friendly ties and stressed the need to keep the relations intact.
The ups and downs sometimes surfaced in Nepal-India relations should be managed in a careful and proper manner, he added. Leader Chari further said that the economic sector would contribute much to the development of the country so that the economic relations between Nepal and India should be strengthened.
Nepali Congress central member and GPK Foundation Chairperson Sujata Koirala also stressed the need to further strengthen the century-old Nepal-India relations.
“Both Nepal and India have some weaknesses on their parts. The bilateral ties would further strengthen when both the nations move ahead mending their weaknesses”, leader Koirala asserted.
India is becoming the powerful country in the South Asian nations, she said, adding that it is the prime responsibility of India to accommodate all other countries of the region.
The recent India-Pakistan tension has invited a situation which may lead to the postponement of the SAARC Summit, Koirala said, stressing that India should be sensitive in this issue.
Politician Ananda Aditya said Nepal and India are two children evolved from the same embryo while noting that the relations between the two nations should be stronger.
He also underscored the urgency of initiating debate among the political parties about the relations of Nepal and India. RSS