PM Narendra Modi will make a one-day visit to Nepal on 16 May. PM Modi will visit Lumbini, the origin of Lord Gautam Buddha, on the occasion of Buddha Purnima. The Ministry of External Affairs gave this data on Thursday. The service said that Modi will visit the adjoining country at the greeting of Nepal’s PM Sher Bahadur Deuba.
The service said that Modi will offer prayers at the Mayadevi temple in Lumbini. Aside from this, he will also address a capacity coordinated by Lumbini Development Trust. The Prime Minister will also take part in the establishment of the stone-laying function of the Buddhist Culture and Heritage Center in the Lumbini Monastery region.
As indicated by the service, there will also be a reciprocal gathering between the two nations’ prime ministers. Altogether, after turning into the Prime Minister in 2014, PM Modi will make his fifth visit to Nepal.
Modi will be deliberated with an honoured doctorate by Lumbini Buddhist University. A goal in such a manner has been passed by the University Executive Council.
Significantly, because of the local body election in Nepal, the India-Nepal border has been sealed. The line of both the nations will be opened for the development of the overall population at 7 pm on May 13. Deciding in favour of the urban body election is to be held in Nepal on May 13. The border has been sealed so that there is no aggravation on the day of polling.