Indian political leaders express delight about Nepal election


KATHMANDU, June 11: Indian leader has expressed their delight about election in Nepal.

Talking to Reporters’ Club Nepal’s President and senior journalist in New Delhi on Sunday, the Indian leaders marked election an important tool to institutionalize the achievements of democracy. They also said that they are happy about the election going to take place in Nepal.

Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said that the election in Nepal is necessary to implement the Federal Democratic System and to attract the prospects of development and prosperity. He further said the India’s only interest towards Nepal was Nepal’s progress.

Likewise, Chief of foreign department of Congress I, Dr Karan Singh also said that he was excited regarding the election in Nepal. Stating that election in Nepal will help institutionalize democracy, he appealed Rastriya Janata Party Nepal to participate in the election.

Similarly, Janata Party United leader Sarad Yadav also wished for peace, stability and prosperity in Nepal. He was of the view that election in Nepal will solidify the democratic gains of the country.

General Secretary of Indian Communist Party Marxist Sitaram Yachuri was also positive about the Nepal election. He also expressed his belief that the second phase local level election and the election of province and federal level will be held in Nepal in time.

Congress I Nationalist General Secretary DP Tripathi also said that he was very happy that Nepal is conduction election for the very first time in 20 years. He further said the he was a friend with Nepal’s Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. He added, “I am really happy that Deuba has become the PM of Nepal.”