Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Nepal for a two day visit, and today he reached the Muktinath Temple, making him the first world leader to do so. He prayed at temple, which is sacred for people who follow Bhuddist and Hindu religion alike. He also met with the Prime Minister KP Oli, and the Maoist party chief Prachanda, so as to strengthen the bond between the two countries. Raveesh Kumar, the official spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs, tweeted on his account, “Engaging across the political spectrum! President of Nepali Congress and former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba and other members of the Nepali Congress called on PM hashtag Narendra Modi in Kathmandu. Stronger India-Nepal relations enjoy broad political support.”
Yesterday, he had a meeting with KP Oli, after he held a marathon delegation-level talks about the bilateral relationship between the two countries. At the Mukti Narayan temple, he was seen bowing down in prayer before the statue of Lord Vishnu.
Yogi Adityanath was present in Ayodhya this morning to recieve the travel bus that had been inaguarated by Modi, that is going to run from Janakpur to Ayodhya. Yesterday, Modi had praised the relationship between the two countries, stating that they have supported each other in the times of crisis and that this meeting is going to result in even more deal between them to strengthen each other.