Bangla Hunt Desk: Nepal’s troubled Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli said the misconception created with India has been dispelled. Speaking about sharing love and problems with neighbors, Oli suggested that the two countries should move forward with the future in mind. KP Sharma Oli said Nepal did not get much help from India to fight against Corona. Oli has appealed to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for more help.
In an interview with BBC Hindi, the Prime Minister of Nepal admitted that there was a misunderstanding between the two neighboring countries. Although he did not say anything in detail about that. Addressing the nation last month, KP Sharma Oli said the border issue with India would be resolved through diplomacy on the basis of historical compromise, design and practical documentation.
KP Sharma Oli told the BBC: “Once upon a time there were some misunderstandings between the two countries, but now it is gone. We don’t want to get bogged down in past misunderstandings, we should look to the future and move on. ” “We need to build a positive relationship,” said the 69-year-old Nepalese prime minister. The Prime Minister of Nepal has lost his majority in Parliament. The President has announced that elections will be held in the country in November this year.