PM Modi to inaugurate Dharmashala in Pashupatinath today

Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate Pashupatinath Dharamsala in Nepal today. This Dharamsala, which is arranged for about 400 people, is a symbol of Indo-Nepal friendship. PM Modi announced his help in the construction of this Dharmshala during his first visit to Nepal in 2014. In this Dharamsala, two rooms have also been set up for PM Modi and Nepali Prime Minister Oli. If Modi wants to stay here for some time, every facility has been given to him. At the same time, Modi will also perform puja at Pashupatinath temple. Earlier, he had come to the temple in May, then the Karnataka assembly elections were going on in India.

Let me tell you that Modi had reached Kathmandu on Thursday to attend the ‘Bai of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Co-operation’ BIMSTEC, running in Nepal. While addressing the summit, Modi said that India is committed to working together with member countries of BIMSTEC Regional Group to prevent the spread of regional contact facilities and smuggling of terrorism and drug trafficking among the countries around them. He said that I believe that contacts with business contacts, financial contacts, transport links, digital contacts and people’s involvement in big opportunities are inherent. ”

BIMSTEC is a regional group of countries like India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bhutan and Nepal. The share of this group is 22 percent in the global population. The group’s gross domestic product (GDP) is $ 2,800 billion. He said that India is committed to working closely with BIMSTEC member countries to expand regional connectivity. Other than the meeting, Modi met his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina and reviewed the bilateral relations between the neighboring countries.