PM Modi to visit Nepal tomorrow, to meet PM Deuba
PM Modi to visit Nepal tomorrow, to meet PM Deuba

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Lumbini in Nepal tomorrow i.e. on the occasion of Buddha Purnima on May 16. Yes and here PM Modi will meet his Nepalese counterpart Sher Bahadur Deuba. According to the information received, this visit of PM Modi is taking place on the invitation of Nepali PM. This will be Prime Minister Modi's fifth visit to Nepal since 2014. Let us tell you all that as per the PMO's press release, the Prime Minister will offer prayers at the Mayadevi temple in Lumbini and in addition to this, he will also participate in the foundation stone laying ceremony of the India International Centre for Buddhist Culture and Heritage in the Lumbini Math area.

Let us tell you all that PM Modi is also scheduled to address a function organized by the Lumbini Development Trust under the Government of Nepal on the occasion of Buddha Jayanti. Yes, the statement quoted PM Modi as saying, "I am excited to offer prayers at mayadevi temple on the auspicious occasion of Buddha Jayanti. I will pay homage at the holy place of lord Buddha's birth. I will feel honoured to follow in the footsteps of millions of Indians. The statement also said, "During the visit of the Prime Minister of Nepal to India last month, the two top leaders discussed a number of issues. PM Modi is looking forward to meeting PM Deuba once again. ’

Let me tell you all that India's relations with Nepal are unique. Yes, and the civilizational and people-to-people contact between India and Nepal is a strong edifice of our close ties. At the same time, the purpose of this visit of PM Modi is to celebrate and deepen the relations between the two countries. According to the information received, the Prime Ministers of the two countries will hold bilateral talks in Lumbini and exchange views on issues of India-Nepal cooperation and common interest. During the prime minister's visit to Nepal, all dimensions of bilateral relations including hydro power projects, trade, investment, health, education and developmental cooperation will be discussed.

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