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    सडक निर्माणको माँग गर्दै सातौं दिन अनसन जारी, स्वास्थ्य अवस्था बिग्रिदै, सम्वेदनहीन सरकार

    जनकपुर , असोज ३ । जनकपुर भिठ्ठामोड सडक निर्माणको माँग गर्दै धनुषा महोत्तर संघर्ष समितिले जारि गरेको आमरण असन सोमवार सातौ दिनसम्म जारी नै रहेको छ । राज्यले अहिले सम्म कुनै प्रकारको चासो नदेखाएकोले आमरण अनसनकारहरुको स्वास्थ्य अवस्था बिग्रिदै गएको छ ।

    सोमवार स्वास्थ्य अवस्था बुझ्न गएका चिकित्सक विपिन पाण्डेले अनसनकारहरुको स्वास्थ्य अवस्था बिग्रिदै गएको बताउँदै उनिहरुमा सुगर, युरियाको समस्या देखिएको बताएका छन् । यसरि अनसन जार रह्यो भने किड्निमा समेत समस्या पर्न सक्ने दावि गरेका छन् ।

    यता समितिका संयोजक एवं वृहत्तर जनकपुर क्षेत्र विकास परिषदका अध्यक्ष रामकुमार शर्माले जबसम्म ४ लेन बन्ने राज्यले ग्यारेण्ट नगरेमा तथा ६ लेन हुनुपर्ने सहमति नभएमा आमरण अनसन जारी रह्ने जिकिर गरेका छन् ।
    संयोजक शर्माले यो भन्दा पहिला पनि शिलान्यास नभएको होइन, तर शिलान्यासले हुँदैन, ४ लेन बन्ने राज्यले ग्यारेन्टी दिनुपर्ने पर्ने बताए । उनले यहाँबाट राजनितिक दलले भोट र नोट को राज्यनितिक मात्र गरेको तर विकासप्रति चासो नदेखिएको आरोप समेत लगाए ।

    धनुषा महोत्तर संघर्ष समितिको आमरण अनसनप्रति समर्थन गर्नेहरुको संमर्थन बढ्दै गएको छ । संयोजक शर्माले अहिलेसम्म राज्यपक्षबाट कुनै प्रकारको पहल नभएको स्वीकारर्दै राज्यको विभेदकारी नितिको विरोध समेत गरेका छन् ।
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    1. Joint Press Statement on External Affairs Minister's visit to Nepal
      July 26, 2014
      1. Her Excellency Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs of the Government of India is on an official visit to Nepal on 25-27 July 2014 at the invitation of Hon’ble Mr. Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Government of Nepal. The delegation includes Smt. Sujatha Singh, Foreign Secretary, Ms. Sujata Mehta, Secretary (ER&DPA) and other senior officials of the Government of India.
      2. H.E. Smt. Swaraj paid courtesy calls on The Rt. Hon’ble Dr. Ram Baran Yadav, President of Nepal, The Rt. Hon’ble Mr. Sushil Koirala, Prime Minister and The Rt. Hon’ble Mr. Subash Chandra Nembang, Speaker of the Legislature-Parliament. She also met with the Leader of Opposition in the Legislature-Parliament The Hon. Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' and leaders of other political parties.
      3. Hon. Mr. Pandey and H.E. Smt. Swaraj co-chaired the third meeting of the Joint Commission, leading their respective delegations on 26 July 2014.The meeting was held in an atmosphere of utmost cordiality and warmth. The Hon. Minister hosted a dinner in honour of H.E. Smt. Swaraj.
      4. The Joint Commission was formed in 1987 at the Foreign Ministers’ level with a view to strengthening understanding and promoting cooperation between the two countries for mutual benefits in the economic, trade, transit and industrial fields and in the multiple uses of water resources. Both Ministers expressed happiness at the reactivation of the Joint Commission after a gap of 23 years and underscored the importance of the Commission in furthering bilateral relations and cooperation.
      5. The Foreign Minister of Nepal warmly welcomed his Indian counterpart. He thanked the visiting External Affairs Minister for accepting the invitation and choosing Nepal as one of her early foreign trips. He stated that her visit would help further strengthen the bonds of ties between the two countries and expand and deepen the scope and dimension of cooperation. The Minister of External Affairs of India thanked The Hon. Foreign Minister of Nepal for the invitation and warm hospitality extended to her and her delegation since their arrival. She expressed that her visit to Nepal demonstrates the importance that her Government attaches to good, neighbourly relations, particularly with a friendly country like Nepal with which India shares an ancient, deep-rooted and vibrant friendship based on shared civilisational ethos. She expressed the willingness of the Government of India to explore further areas of mutual cooperation and promote partnerships, while reinvigorating the existing mechanisms for enhancing mutual benefit between the two countries.
      6. Both foreign ministers shared that both countries hold similar views on major international issues affecting the developing countries and work in close coordination with each other in the United Nations and other international fora. The Nepalese side reiterated its support for India's candidature for permanent membership of the UN Security Council.

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    2. I would like to request Mr Sharma to read point no.6 in previous comment.

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    3. I would like to request Mr Sharma to read point no.6 in previous comment.

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    4. Joint Press Statement on External Affairs Minister's visit to Nepal
      July 26, 2014
      1. Her Excellency Smt. Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs of the Government of India is on an official visit to Nepal on 25-27 July 2014 at the invitation of Hon’ble Mr. Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Government of Nepal. The delegation includes Smt. Sujatha Singh, Foreign Secretary, Ms. Sujata Mehta, Secretary (ER&DPA) and other senior officials of the Government of India.
      2. H.E. Smt. Swaraj paid courtesy calls on The Rt. Hon’ble Dr. Ram Baran Yadav, President of Nepal, The Rt. Hon’ble Mr. Sushil Koirala, Prime Minister and The Rt. Hon’ble Mr. Subash Chandra Nembang, Speaker of the Legislature-Parliament. She also met with the Leader of Opposition in the Legislature-Parliament The Hon. Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' and leaders of other political parties.
      3. Hon. Mr. Pandey and H.E. Smt. Swaraj co-chaired the third meeting of the Joint Commission, leading their respective delegations on 26 July 2014.The meeting was held in an atmosphere of utmost cordiality and warmth. The Hon. Minister hosted a dinner in honour of H.E. Smt. Swaraj.
      4. The Joint Commission was formed in 1987 at the Foreign Ministers’ level with a view to strengthening understanding and promoting cooperation between the two countries for mutual benefits in the economic, trade, transit and industrial fields and in the multiple uses of water resources. Both Ministers expressed happiness at the reactivation of the Joint Commission after a gap of 23 years and underscored the importance of the Commission in furthering bilateral relations and cooperation.
      5. The Foreign Minister of Nepal warmly welcomed his Indian counterpart. He thanked the visiting External Affairs Minister for accepting the invitation and choosing Nepal as one of her early foreign trips. He stated that her visit would help further strengthen the bonds of ties between the two countries and expand and deepen the scope and dimension of cooperation. The Minister of External Affairs of India thanked The Hon. Foreign Minister of Nepal for the invitation and warm hospitality extended to her and her delegation since their arrival. She expressed that her visit to Nepal demonstrates the importance that her Government attaches to good, neighbourly relations, particularly with a friendly country like Nepal with which India shares an ancient, deep-rooted and vibrant friendship based on shared civilisational ethos. She expressed the willingness of the Government of India to explore further areas of mutual cooperation and promote partnerships, while reinvigorating the existing mechanisms for enhancing mutual benefit between the two countries.
      6. Both foreign ministers shared that both countries hold similar views on major international issues affecting the developing countries and work in close coordination with each other in the United Nations and other international fora. The Nepalese side reiterated its support for India's candidature for permanent membership of the UN Security Council.

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