Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Kathmandu, Nepal: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned home after concluding his two day state visit in Nepal. Foreign Affairs Minister Pradeep Kumar Gyawali saw him off at the Tribhuvan International Airport on Saturday afternoon.
During his two day stay in Nepal, Indian Prime Minister Modi held bilateral talks with various dignitaries including his Nepali counterpart KP Sharma Oli, President Bidya Devi Bhandari, vice president Nanda Bahadur Pun and other leaders from different political parties.
Likewise, Modi, who had stated during his speech at the civic-reception ceremony in Janakpur that he was visiting Nepal as a ‘Prime Pilgrim’ and not as a Prime Minister, also visited various pilgrimage sites like Jajaki Temple, Muktinath Temple and Pashupatinath Temple.
Both the sides in Nepal and India have termed the visit as of an important visit to mend the bilateral relations between the two neighboring countries. Modi has also given similar message through his tweet.
My Nepal visit to Nepal remained historic because it gave me a great opportunity to connect with the wonderful people of Nepal, Modi has stated in the tweet message adding that talks with PM Oli were productive.