Kathmandu: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended congratulations and best wishes to Sher Bahadur Deuba for being appointed the Prime Minister of Nepal.
The Indian PM took to social media to extend best wishes to his Nepali counterpart for successful tenure immediately after PM Deuba gained a vote of confidence in the reinstated House of Representatives.
Modi in his congratulatory message stated that he was looking forward to collaborating with Prime Minister Deuba to further consolidate the unique partnerships of Nepal and India in all sectors and strengthen the deep-rooted people-to-people ties
Meanwhile, PM Deuba in a tweet extended his thanks to his Indian counterpart for the congratulations and best wishes. Deuba also expressed a willingness to work in close relations with his Indian counterpart to strengthen the bilateral relations between Nepal and India.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has congratulated Prime Minister Deuba on winning the vote of confidence from the Parliament.
The Pakistan PM extended his congratulations through his Twitter post.
“I congratulate H.E. Sher Bahadur Deuba, Prime Minister of Nepal, on winning the vote of confidence from the House of Representatives. Pakistan looks forward to further deepening its cordial ties with Nepal & would continue to work closely with Nepal on issues of common interest,” the Pakistan PM said.
Nepali Congress President Deuba received the vote of trust in the lower House on Sunday evening.