Nepal | March 23, 2019

Miss Earth India apologises to Nepal for ‘hurting sentiments’

Nasana Bajracharya

KATHMANDU: Aaital Khosla, Miss Earth India, 2015, has apologised to Nepal for hurting the nation and its people, days after the controversial video that was uploaded as a part of the promotional campaign for Miss Earth International, 2015.

??Apology In the end we are all humans and we do make mistakes #gratitude #missearth2015 #india??

Posted by Aaital Khosla on Saturday, November 28, 2015

In the video, scenaries and places of Nepal were showcased as parts of India to promote her country.

However, the video was soon deleted after the controversy gained momentum.

A new video has been posted in its place for the same.

Miss Earth Nepal, 2015 Dibyata Vaidya, in her social networking site page, Facebook, has seconded Khosla’s apology asking Nepali citizens to forgive and shower her with love.

The eco video has created a lot of agitation among Nepalese and I too was equally sad about it. I wanted to talk to…

Posted by DibYata Vaidya onĀ Saturday, November 28, 2015

Dibyata Vaidya along with other 86 participants is getting ready for the Miss Earth pageant to be held at Vienna, Austria on December 5.

Here is a video of Dibyata Vaidya, promoting home stay in Nepal for the pageant.

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