Trust building is need of hour, say Indian leaders

Sep 15, 2016-

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s India visit should zero in on building an environment of trust between the two countries and implementing India-assisted development projects that have been pending, Indian leaders said on Wednesday. Post’s New Delhi correspondent Kamal Dev Bhattarai caught up with some Indian leaders and asked how they were viewing PM Dahal’s visit to India

Trust building between the two countries and pushing development agendas should be the priority of both sides. India-assisted development projects are facing a lot of problems at the grassroots level. Nepal needs to resolve these problems to expedite these projects.

 Bhagat Singh Koshyari, leader bjp

Both sides should review the misunderstandings that cropped up in the past. We must review what happened and pin down the factors that led to the misunderstandings. Talks should also be held to find out why some projects have failed to yield desired results. The Indian side should take these issues in a positive way. India should make more commitments to assist Nepal in the development sector

BC Upreti, member of Eminent Persons’ Group

The main purpose of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal’s visit should be building an environment of trust and boosting confidence between the two countries and clearing misunderstandings, if there are any. The visit should focus on implementing the past projects instead of signing new ones. This will help create an environment of trust and confidence

DP Tripathi, general secy, Nationalist Congress

Published: 15-09-2016 08:22

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