According to the Indian media reports, three days after Nepal’s Lower House passed a bill to modify the constitution to approve the country’s new political map. And right after two days of it, the bill went to the Upper House for approval. Now, New Delhi is trying to reach out to Kathmandu for talks.
On Tuesday, The Indian Express newspaper reported, “New Delhi is willing to hold talks with Kathmandu on the boundary dispute if the KP Sharma Oli government there creates a conducive atmosphere and positive situation.”
Earlier on Monday, India’s Defence Minister Rajnath Singh greeted Nepal-India relationships as very special bond and proposed an offer to Kathmandu and doesn’twish to strain ties between the two countries.
Rajnath Singh while addressing BJP workers in Uttarakhand mentioned, “The relationship between the two countries is not an ordinary one, but one that is bound by roti and beti–livelihood and marriage” at a virtual rally.
Singh also mentioned, “If there is any misunderstanding between India and Nepal, then we will sort it out through dialogue.”
All we can hope is get the things back where it was and countries sort their grudges. Being a neighboring country, all we have learned to grow together and help each other flourish.