Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae Leaving Today
Mar 1, 2017
Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae completed his three-and-a-half-12 months tenure in Kathmandu on Tuesday and is leaving for brand new Delhi on Wednesday.
But the Indian government has did not send Rae’s successor doubtless for the primary time in Nepal. The Indian executive does not have the observe of keeping its Kathmandu mission vacant for long.
Sources said appointment of a brand new Indian envoy will take another couple of weeks. unless the brand new Indian envoy arrives, Deputy Chief of Mission Vinaya Kumar will head the embassy.
Rae on Tuesday paid a farewell call on prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal and mentioned a wide array of concerns, according to an announcement issued by using the prime Minister’s office. The PM instructed Rae that he hoped bilateral ties between both countries would beef up further within the days to return.