KATHMANDU, 16 Sept. : Prime Ministers of Nepal and India, Pushpa Kamal Dahal and Narendra Modi respectively, on Friday stressed new Constitution implementation in Nepal as they addressed a joint press conference in New Delhi.
Reiterating that the countries share historical relationships in various aspects, the PMs also stressed that the bilateral ties should be elevated to a new height.
Speaking before his guest, Indian PM Modi suggested Dahal to make the Constitution acceptable to all political groups so as to ensure its effective implementation.
“I am confident that under your wise leadership, Nepal will successfully implement the Constitution through inclusive dialogue, accommodating the aspirations of all sections of your diverse society,” he said.
Likewise, Dahal said attempts were being made solve issues over Constitution implementation through peaceful dialogues.