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Mr. Bimalendra Nidhi, Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal meets PM Modi
Relations between India and Nepal is not merely between the two Governments, but between the people of both countries: PM Modi
India is committed to strengthen the traditional bonds of friendship and kinship with the people of Nepal: PM Modi
India is fully committed to support the Government and the people of Nepal in the post-earthquake reconstruction efforts: PM

Mr. Bimalendra Nidhi, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Home Affairs of Nepal called on Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today.

The Prime Minister congratulated Mr. Bimalendra Nidhi on assuming office as the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Home Affairs of Nepal. The Prime Minister also conveyed his greetings and best wishes to the new Government of Nepal, led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’.

Mr. Bimalendra Nidhi briefed the Prime Minister about developments in Nepal.

Stating that the relations between India and Nepal were not merely between the two Governments, but between the people of both countries, the Prime Minister reiterated that India is committed to strengthening these traditional bonds of friendship and kinship with the people of Nepal.

The Prime Minister said that India is fully committed to support the Government and the people of Nepal in the post-earthquake reconstruction efforts.

The Prime Minister also conveyed an invitation to the Prime Minister of Nepal to visit India at his earliest convenience.

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