Indian Minister for External Affairs Shushma Swaraj has counselled Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and Maoists Chairman Prachanda for maintaining long term alliances for promoting democratic polity.
Minister Swaraj, who was here in Kathmandu for BIMSTEC ministerial meetings, met Prime Minister Deuba and Prachanda separately and appreciated ruling alliances, which according to him, based on trust.
Swaraj had called on Prime Minister Deuba on the day she landed in Kathmandu on 10 August and met Maoist Chairman Prachanda on 12 August, after which she returned back to Delhi.
Deuba led current alliance was an outcome of New Delhi’s larger design to oust nationalist government led by KP Sharma Oli, who didn’t compromise the national interest. Oli’s ouster as Prime Minister had been considered as victorious event in India that had been manifested by New Delhi’s media.
Minister Swaraj on 11 August collectively met Deuba and Dahal at the Indian Embassy for an event to celebrate Independence Day and applauded their friendship and alliance.
”An environment of trust between Deubaji and Prachandaji has been seen. Prachandaji handed over Premiership to Deuba as per the understanding” she said,”I appreciate their working alliances. This is a new beginning in Nepal”. Modi led Indian government has been interfering Nepal’s domestic affairs that went exceed since the promulgation of Nepali constitution.
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