Monday, June 2, 2014

Nepal to seek Co-operation from New Indian Government

Narendra Modi took the oath of office as India's new Prime minister at the sprawling presidential palace on Monday.


Modi's inauguration is the first to which India invited leaders from across South Asia. Heads of government from the Saarc nations of Pakistan, Sri Lanka , Maldives , Nepal , Bhutan , and Afghanistan attended while Bangladesh was represented by the speaker of its Parliament.


Indian president Pranab Mukherjee administered the oath to Modi and his Cabinet as thousands of guests including Politicians, business leaders and movie stars, watched.Outgoing prime minister Manmohan singh was seated next to Sharif. Analysts said the presence of Pakistani Prime minister Nawaz Sharif signaled an easing of tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours. Pakistan and India have fought three wars since their independence from Britain in 1947.


Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party won 282 seats in the 543-member lower house of parliament, well ahead of the 272 it needed for a majority. Analysts say that gives Modi a free hand in choosing his priorities without being constrained by coalition partners.


Nepal, A neighbouring and a developing country is seeking forward for its neighbouring and a rapid progressing country India. Analysts say Nepal will be properly Benifitted from new government of India formed under Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


India has been helping Nepal from many Years ago. However, According to government records The official relationship between Nepal and India established about 1000 years ago.