New Delhi : Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar completed his 2-day visit to Nepal where he visited as Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special envoy and met top leaders and underlined the need to address concerns with reference to promulgating the new statute.
Jaishankar said, India has always been strongly supporting constitution-making process in Nepal and we would like its completion be an occasion of joy and satisfaction, not agitation and violence.
With many leaders in agitation concerning Terai region, Jaishankar met with the leaders and conveyed India’s concern regarding this protest and asked them to focus on the constitution-making process.However, the agitating Madhesi parties have warned a blackout in the southern plains as they claim that their demands were not incorporated in the Constitution.
President Yadav will promulgate the new Constitution at special ceremony. Leaders of major parties have asked citizens of Nepal to light colourful lights to celebrate the occasion as Nepal will get its people-made Constitution after 66 years of democratic struggle.