Ambassadors of India and China met Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai separately and conveyed the concerns of their respective governments over Nepal's current political scenario.
During the meeting, Indian ambassador Jayant Prasad is known to have said that India was concerned about the next course of Nepali politics and inquired about the initiations being taken by the PM and the Maoist party to reach political consensus in the wake of the announcement of the fresh polls.
Chinese ambassador Yang Houlan also conveyed the similar concern to the PM, saying that China wanted a politically stable Nepal.
On his part, PM Bhattarai said the nation would till be in a democratic system when is prepares for the fresh election, PM's private secretariat said. He also said he was trying to forge consensus among the parties.
The meetings of the ambassadors of the two immediate neighbours with PM Bhattarai come at a time when the international community has maintained guarded silence over latest high voltage political developments in Nepal.
Except the United Nations, no other members of the international community present in Nepal have issued official statements over the dissolution of the CA and the announcement of the fresh elections. nepalnews.com