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Prime Minister’s India visit will end resentment, says Nembang

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ILLAM — CPN (UML) standing committee member and deputy leader of UML’s parliamentary party Subas Nembang has said that Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli’s upcoming India visit would end the bitterness seen in the Nepal-India relations.

At a news conference organised by Press Chautari Ilam chapter here this morning, Nembang hoped that existing misunderstanding, bitterness and mistrust in bilateral relations would end from PM’s India visit.

The former Speaker said, “The House would discuss the agendas of the PM’s India visit. The visit is intended to the country’s greater interest and prosperity.”

Nembang also said that amendment should be done in constitution if there are grievances in it adding that India has amended its constitution 122 times.

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Girl raped in Mahottari

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GAUSHALA — A 13-year-old girl of Aurahi Municipality in Mahottari district has been raped on Sunday evening.

Police Inspector at Gaushala-based Area Police Office, Bhola Bhatta, said that two local youths — Rakesh Sada and Ritik Sada, both 15 years of age — allegedly raped the girl when she had gone to wash utensils at a nearby rivulet.

Police have arrested Ritik while Rakesh has been absconding after the incident.

Meanwhile, necessary investigation into the case is underway, said police.

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