Kathmandu. Vijay Chauthaivale, foreign affairs chief of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, said he was eager to expand ties with Nepal’s political parties.
Speaking at an event organized by the Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement, he said it was stopped during his last visit to Nepal due to the Corona virus epidemic.
He said the exchange between the parties would continue with the end of the Corona virus epidemic. “The exchanges between the political parties of the two countries greatly strengthen the bilateral relations,” he said, adding that “it helps to understand each other, strengthen each other and remove any misunderstandings.” Explained.
Leader Chauthaivale said that some political parties used to make anti-India statements after coming to India and returning to Nepal. He said that the BJP was the largest political party and wanted to have good relations with all political parties in Nepal.
After interaction he wrote in social media “I simply wish that anti-India rhetoric by Nepal politicians do not hurt the relationship between two countries. India would like to continue partnering with Nepal by contributing on major projects.”
As well NIICE mention on twitter to quote BJP chief “Dr. Vijay Chauthaiwale @vijai63@BJP4India states “India & Nepal have equitable partnership & share mutual respect. India would like to work with Nepal on 3 levels: government, people & cultural relations”