Tuesday, 11 February 2014

रे कोइराला निवासमा , मनमोहन सिंहको बधाई

 'India attaches the highest importance to its relations with Nepal. As close neighbours with a unique relationship and deep links across all walks of life, our fortunes are closely intertwined. We in India, therefore, not only share the aspirations of the people of Nepal for stability, democracy and prosperity, but also remain steadfast in our support to the Government and people of Nepal in their endeavours to pursue that goal. '

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-नेपाल डोर अनलाइन -
काठमाडौं, । प्रधानमन्त्री पदमा निर्वाचित भएकै दिन सोमवार (माघ २७) गते साँझ नेपालका लागि भारतीय राजदूत रञ्जित रेले सुशील कोइरालासँग लामो कुराकानी गरेका छन् । कांग्रेस पार्टी पदाधिकारी वैठक सकिएलगत्तै महाराजगञ्जस्थित कोइराला निवासमा पुगेका रेले भारतीय प्रधानमन्त्री डा मनमोहन सिंहका तर्फबाट बधाई दिएका छन्, सफल कार्यकालका लागि शुभकामना दिएका छन् ।

    Prime Minister congratulates  

Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal


    February 10, 2014

    Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has congratulated Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal on his election. Dr. Mamohan Singh in his message said Mr. Koirala's election as Prime Minister represented an important milestone in consolidating the democratic gains in political transition in Nepal.
    The excerpts of the Prime Minister's congratulatory message is are follows :
    "On behalf of the Government and people of India, please accept my warm felicitations on your election to the high office of Prime Minister of Nepal. Your election represents one more important milestone in consolidating and institutionalising recent democratic gains in the course of the political transition in Nepal.
    I am confident that your wise leadership and guidance will further strengthen stability and economic development in Nepal, and foster a climate for promulgation of a new Constitution on the basis of the widest possible consensus and reflecting the will of all sections of the people of your nation.
    India attaches the highest importance to its relations with Nepal. As close neighbours with a unique relationship and deep links across all walks of life, our fortunes are closely intertwined. We in India, therefore, not only share the aspirations of the people of Nepal for stability, democracy and prosperity, but also remain steadfast in our support to the Government and people of Nepal in their endeavours to pursue that goal. We will therefore continue to seek further deepening of this partnership between our two countries for the benefit of our people and our region.
    As you enter the high office at a critical juncture in your nation's history, I convey my best wishes for your success, your personal health and well being and peace and prosperity for the people of Nepal.
    I also take this opportunity to extend a warm and cordial invitation to you to visit India at your convenience."
    New Delhi
    February 10, 2014

भारतले सहज नठानेको भनिएका कोइरालालाई भारतीय राजदूतले शपथ खानुअघि नै भेटेर सद्भाव प्रकट गरेका छन् । भारतले  हरेक नवनिर्वाचित नेपाली प्रधानमन्त्रीहरुलाई तुरुत्नै फोनमा वा अरु माध्यमबाट शुभकामना र सद्भाव दिँदै आएको छ । भारत विरोधी छवि जबर्जस्ती बनाइएका कोइरालालाई भारतीय राजदूतले नै भेट्नुलाई अर्थपूर्ण मानिएको छ ।
सद्भाव व्यक्त गर्ने चलन भारतले पहिलेदेखि नै चलाएको हो । पूर्व, पश्चिम र दक्षिणतिरबाट घेरिएको भारतले नेपालमा हरेक राजनीतिक परिवर्तनमा सहयोग सदभाव दिँदै आएको छ । कोइरालालाई त्यति सहज नमानेका भारतीयहरुले प्रधानमन्त्रीमा निर्वाचित भएपछि महत्व दिनु स्वभाविकै हो ।
व्यवस्थापिका संसदमा सुशील कोइरालाले नेपालको विकास र आर्थिक सम्बृद्धिका लागि छिमेकी भारत र चीनसँग सम्बन्ध थप सुमधुर पार्नुपर्ने धारणा राखे । लिखित सम्बोधनमा छिमेक सम्बन्ध दुईस्थानमा उल्लेख गरेर कोइरालाले ती वाहेकका मुलुकको सदासयतालाई पनि स्थान दिए । कोइरालाले कुटनीतिक सन्तुलन मिलाएर अघि बढ्ने शोच राखेका छन् ।
नेपालको राजनीति फेरि पनि असफल हुने मुद्दा भनेको संघीयता हो । यसको निरुपण नेपालका दलहरुको आन्तरिक प्रयासबाट सम्भव छैन । छिमेकी भारत र चीनले नेपालको स्थायित्व र उनीहरुको शब्दमा वैधानिक सुरक्षा चासोसँग जोडेर संघीयतालाई हेरेका छन् ।

इन्डियन एक्सप्रेसको सम्पादकीय


 भारतको चर्चित पत्रिका द इन्डियन एक्सप्रेसले प्रधानमन्त्री निर्वाचनका बिषयलाई लिएर नेपालमाथि सम्पादकीय लेखेको छ । पत्रिकाको सम्पादकीयको पूर्णविवरण यस्तो छ :

Editorial, The Indian express

A PM for Nepal

February 11, 2014 3:57 am

Koirala’s election ends weeks of confusion. He must focus on restoring stability, delivering the constitution.
The election of Sushil Koirala as the prime minister of Nepal on Monday ended nearly three months of political confusion and tension in the Himalayan republic.
The inability of the major political parties to form a government, after the successful polls on November 19, 2013, to elect a new Constituent Assembly (CA), was preceded by the long wait for the House to convene. The six-point agreement between the Nepali Congress (NC) and the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist (CPN-UML) to end the deadlock has prevented Nepal’s slide into fresh political turmoil.
With the support of the UML, Koirala will enjoy a simple majority and it is now his responsibility to promulgate the new constitution within a year.
Between the election to the last CA in April 2008 and now, Nepal has had six prime ministers — from three parties and the chief justice. The November 19 polls were held in a constitutional vacuum. The NC and UML deserve credit for steering the political process over the immediate hurdles following the election, chief among which were the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist’s (UCPN-M) initial rejection of the results that handed it a major defeat and then its refusal to join the new CA.
Thanks to the NC and UML leaderships taking ownership of the situation, that crisis was resolved and a deal struck to make the Maoists climb down from their maximalist position.
With a new prime minister in office, efforts must be renewed to arrest Nepal’s political slide. But the task before Koirala is enormous. His party would do well to talk to the UCPN-M and smaller parties to bring them into government. Nepal’s scars — of the decade-long insurgency and misgovernance since 2008 — will take a long time to heal. Building consensus on important matters, such as constitution-writing, as the coalition has agreed to do, might be the safest path.
In fact, Koirala could extend the invite to the breakaway Communist Party of Nepal (CPN-M), which had boycotted the polls and threatened violence. Having earlier helped bring Maoists into the mainstream, India should encourage the new government to restore stability.


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