India has 'roti-beti' relationship with Nepal, will solve the problem together: Rajnath Singh

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Rajnath singh (file photo)[/caption]

Defense Minister and senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh said these things while addressing the Uttarakhand Jan Samvad Rally:-
We have not only social, geographical, historical and cultural relationships with Nepal but also spiritual relationships. India-Nepal relationship is with 'roti-beti'. No power in the world can break this relationship.

The Defense Minister said that I want to say with confidence that no kind of bitterness can ever arise in the minds of Indians about Nepal.

Nepal has such a deep relationship with us. We will solve all these problems together. Rajnath said that the Government of India has provided a facility for the pilgrims visiting Mansarovar.

Previously, the travelers to Mansarovar had to go through the Nathula Pass route of Sikkim,which took more time. Now the Border Roads Organization has constructed a link road up to Lipulekh which opened up a new route to Mansarovar.

Now the journey of Mansarovar will be completed in six days less than the previous journey. It is an 80 km long road, built entirely within the Indian border. There have been some misunderstandings about this road in our neighboring country Nepal.

If Nepal has got any misunderstanding about this route, then it will be resolved by dialogue. no one can change our relation even if they want to.