Indian envoy visits Maoist Chair first after returning from Delhi
During the meeting, the duo discussed about the constitution writing and other contemporary issues.
On the occasion, Chairman Dahal said that the contentious issues seen in constitution writing process would be settled through discussions and consensus among the parties despite the parties were divided over the thorniest issues of constitution, Dahal’s aide Shiva Khakurel quoted Dahal as saying.
Ambassador Jayant, who landed in Kathmandu today itself from India, said that the government of India was hopeful that the new constitution would be drafted through consensus and coordination among the political parties in Nepal and the country would move ahead in the path for prosperity.RSS
Published Date: Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 | 12:04 AM