Highlights of PM's Nepal Visit

Focus on 4Cs: Cooperation. Connectivity. Culture. Constitution

India will give Nepal a one billion dollar line of credit. This will be in addition to any existing lines of credit.

Pancheswor Development Authority will be set up and DPR finalized in one year

India and Nepal have agreed to conclude Power Trading Agreement in 45 days.

India will provide assistance for construction of a motorable bridge over the Mahakali River.

India will expedite construction of postal roads and feeder roads to the Terai.

Prime Minister announced a gift of 2500 kg of sandalwood to the Pashupatinath Temple. Work on a Dharamshala to be set up by Pashupatinath Development Authority will commence soon with Indian assistance.

Renovation and restoration of the Complex will be done using expertise of Archaeological Survey of India. India will provide Rs. 25 crore for the same.

India will offer assistance for development of Janakpur-Lumbini, including Lumbini as part of Buddhist circuit.

Scholarships for Nepali students increased from 180 to 250.

Joint Working Group on Agriculture will meet quickly. India will offer assistance in soil testing.

Nepal gave an assurance that Nepali soil will not be used for anything inimicable to Indian interests.

During his meeting with Nepali leaders from across the political spectrum, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi urged them - dal ke hit me mat socho, desh ke hit mein socho - Think in terms of the nation`s benefit, not the party`s benefit.

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