Nepal, India enjoy intimate ties, says Bharatiya Janata Party leader

Biratnagar, July 14

India’s Bharatiya Janata Party’s spokesperson and former minister Syed Shahnawaz Hussain today stated that Nepal and India enjoyed intimate relations with each other.

Responding to local traders’ complaint that Nepal was incurring heavy losses in its trade with India, the Indian leader also suggested that Nepal should promote tourism industry to make up for trade losses. He also expressed his confidence that Indian industrialists were willing to invest in Nepal.

Speaking at an interaction in Biratnagar organised by business organisations of Morang, Hussain informed that preparations were underway to enhance railway service at  the Jogbani rail station to ease movement of people from Nepal to different Indian cities.

Referring to the time of Madhes agitation after the promulgation of the new constitution, the Indian leader said, “Though India-Nepal ties suffered a setback two years back, now the situation has become normal.”