Indian ambassador to Nepal Jayant Prasad met Maoist chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal soon after landing in Kathmandu after consultations in New Delhi Tuesday.
The talks between Dahal and the Indian ambassador dwelt on complications in drafting the new constitution and India's position on the current political scenario of Nepal.
During the meeting, Dahal informed the Indian ambassador about the ongoing talks on federalism, expressing confidence that the parties would soon arrive at a consensus, RSS quoted Dahal's press advisor Shiva Khakurel as saying.
Similarly, Prasad said India was in favour of consensus among the parties on the new constitution and expressed hope for early consensus.
Prasad had gone to New Delhi to consult with top Indian government officials on Nepal's current situation. Earlier, he had attended at least one top-level meeting of the four major parties on the constitution-drafting to 'facilitate' an agreement. nepalnews.com