Leaders bat for Pancheshwor
Himalayan News Service
Kathmandu, August 17
Nepali Congress leader Dr Ram Sharan Mahat today requested the main opposition UCPN-Maoist not to politicise the bilateral relationship between Nepal
Speaking at an interaction programme organised by the Reporters Club Nepal here, Mahat further stated that Maoists were unnecessarily politicising the issues related to water resources.
“Since both the countries — India and Nepal — can equally benefit from the Pancheshwor project, a detailed project plan should be made at the earliest to move the project ahead,” he argued.
He further advised political parties not to be divided on diplomatic issues.
Speaking at the
programme, CPN-UML leader Pradip Gyawali underlined the need
to redefine the relationship between Nepal
“We should find
new foundations and ways to enhance the relationship between the two countries,” said leader Gyawali.
Rastriya Janashakti Party co-chairman Dr Prakash Chandra Lohani said that India could help Nepal to control the criminal
activities rife in the
Saying that Nepal
can benefit a good deal from the Pancheshwor project, he said, “The process of calculating the benefit of the project should be started at