New Delhi, June 2: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, who is on a four-day official visit to India, has said that his India visit has become historical.
Talking to the media from Nepal in New Delhi this morning, the PM said that there has been a breakthrough in energy trade adding that crucial achievements have been obtained for the development of hydroelectricity sector.
“Important foundation has been readied for investment in hydropower sector. A significant agreement has been inked to export Nepal’s hydroelectricity to Bangladesh,” the PM shared.
Likewise, PM Dahal said that bilateral agreement has been made to prepare a DPR within three months for the advancement of Pancheshwor Multipurpose Project. “My India visit remained significant due to several reasons including these ones.
Such consensus was forged after three rounds of one-on-one meetings with (Indian) Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” PM Prachanda added. PM Dahal also shared that the Indian side has expressed its commitment to resolve the border issues for the first time. Dahal said that he proposed the Indian side to work seriously to resolve the misunderstandings relating to border issues. PM Dahal is scheduled to visit Indore of Madya Pradesh today.
In Indore, he will meet the Governor of Madhya Pradesh. PM Dahal is scheduled to return home on June 3. (RSS)