Delegation of ruling party coming from Nepal, know why it will meet BJP leaders -aabtak24


Nepal Delegation India Visit: On the invitation of BJP, a five-member delegation of Nepal’s ruling party CPN-Maoist Center is coming to India for a six-day visit. This delegation will be on a visit to India from 23rd to 28th July. Next

It is a big deal for this delegation to come here as an improvement in Nepal-India relations. "Know BJP" Under the initiative, a delegation of Nepal’s ruling party will visit India. JP Nadda on the 43rd foundation day of Bharatiya Janata Party "Know BJP" The initiative was announced. The delegation is also coming on the visit to understand the approach and functioning of BJP. 

The Nepalese delegation includes these leaders

The purpose of the visit is to strengthen party-to-party ties. CPN-Maoist Center Party Vice President Pampha Bhushal is leading the party delegation. Other members of the team include party secretary Chakrapani Khanal, standing committee member Satya Pahari and central committee members Rameshwar Yadav and Suresh Kumar Rai. 

Will meet JP Nadda and other senior leaders

The delegation will meet BJP National President JP Nadda and other senior party leaders. The visit will also include a two-day visit to Uttarakhand where the delegation will meet Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and other BJP state functionaries. 

"want friendly relations with India"

Bhushal said at the Tribhuvan International Airport just before leaving Kathmandu for New Delhi that the purpose of our visit is mainly to strengthen party-to-party relations between the BJP and the CPN-Maoist Centre. We wish to maintain cordial relations with all parties. His party wants to establish brotherhood with China and friendly relations with India.  

(also input from PTI)

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