NeNAP and NaLC organize a talk on the democratic traditions of India and its constitution

KATHMANDU: Neeti Anusandhan Pratisthan (NeNAP) and National Law College (NaLC) Nepal, jointly organized a program in Hotel Shangri-La in the capital on the 21st of December.  

The discussion program titled “The Constitution of India and its Democratic Traditions” had speakers from India as well as Nepal.  

The program was attended by the Ambassador of India Manjeev Singh Puri who is completing his three-year tenure in Nepal.  

Introducing the program Dr. Deepak Adhikari the Executive Director of NeNAP welcomed the guests and the eminent speakers on the occasion and laid stress on the continuity of the people to people relations between the two nations. He was hopeful that the bilateral relations between Nepal and India would further strengthen in the days ahead.  

Speaking on the occasion were Ambassador Manjeev Singh Puri, Prof (Dr.) Guru Prakash, Prof (Dr.) Ram Krishna Timilsina, Prof (Dr.) Surya Dhungel, and Prof (Dr.) P.Puneeth from Jawaharlal Nehru University.  

The entire program was followed by a Q&A session which was participated by the audience including the Deputy Chief of Mission of the Indian Embassy Dr. Ajay Kumar. Closing remarks were given by the President of NeNAP Ms. Nalini Gyawali, and the vote of thanks by Mr. Harka Rawal.