Nepalgunj, March 25: CPN-UML leader Pradeep Gyawali has said there is no point for neighbouring India to be disappointed when Nepal opts for expanding diplomatic relations with its northern neigbour.
“We the Nepali want to establish relations with both the neighbouring countries on the basis of equality. There is no need for any neighbour to take otherwise while Nepal puts its efforts for the same”, leader Gyawali said in a press conference organized here today by Press Chautari Banke Chapter.
“As a sovereign independent country it is the right of Nepal to establish its diplomatic ties in its own style. We would in no way accept interference from any force”, he asserted.
Noting that the primary demands of Madhesi Morcha were addressed through the constitutional amendment, he expressed the confidence that the review of provincial boundary – the bone of contention – would be completed within three months.
On a query, he said the agitation intensified at the behest of foreign forces would never augur well to the country and the people.
He also ruled out any chance for the formation of national government under the leadership of the Nepali Congress now. However, efforts will be made to bring NC to the incumbent government keeping in mind the need of national consensus for the implementation of the new constitution. RSS