India wants to see elections in Nepal at the earliest: Indian leaders
Visiting Indian political leaders have said that India wants to see Constituent Assembly elections taking place in Nepal at the earliest.
Speaking at the Reporters Club on Saturday, they said Nepali's political parties should not waste more time to reach consensus on the elections. They emphasised that elections are a must for the country's stability.
Foreign cell chief of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vijay Jolly said India has been helping Nepal as a good neighbor and that it does not intend to meddle into Nepal's internal affairs. "What we want is elections that are essential for Nepal's stability and prosperity," Jolly who had met UCPN (Maoist) chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal earlier today, said, adding that a stable Nepal is in India's interest.
Similarly, Janata Dal United general secretary K.C Tyagi said Nepali people should exert strong pressure on the parties to agree on elections at the earliest. He maintained that the Nepali parties will lose credibility among the people if they are unable to find a political course the peace process.
Ruling Congress party's Prakash Choudhary said their Nepal-India relations stand further consolidated in the recent times and that the delegation's aim is to highlight the good ties. Nepalnews.com