Agreement to pass MCC, discussion being done between Nepal and US in Delhi

It has been understood that Bimalendra Nidhi is in Delhi as a envoy of Prime Minister Deuba to hold talks regarding MCC project with US Secretary of State Anthony Bilken, who is in his india visit.

The current government has gone ahead with the mission of passing the US aid mission MCC. Today it is confirmed that MCC mission has been carried forward. Vice President Bimlendra Nidhi was not present at the meeting held at the private residence of Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba in Budhanilkanth on Wednesday.

The secret of not coming to today’s meeting is different.

According to high level sources, Bimalendra Nidhi is not in Nepal now. Security sources said that he left for Delhi on a Nepal Airlines flight at 11 am on Wednesday.

The United States is pushing to pass the MCC project, which is under consideration in Nepal’s parliament.

Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Anthony Bilken took the opportunity to visit India to discuss the issue.

It is understood that Bimalendra Nidhi, who will be Prime Minister Deuba’s envoy, will hold special discussions on the MCC during the US Secretary of State’s visit.

It is also understood that India is facilitating this.

According to sources, Bimalendra Nidhi will hold talks with the US Secretary of State this evening regarding MCC. There was a telephone conversation between the US Secretary of State and Deuba on Tuesday evening.

In this context, Nepal’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Deuba and the Foreign Minister also said that issues of mutual interest were discussed, but internally it was on the MCC itself, a source said.

The MCC project was agreed during the Nepali Congress rule. The Nepali Congress has been insisting that a compromise be reached. However, there has been a split in the ruling coalition on this issue.

Jan Morcha President Chitra Bahadur KC, at a meeting of top leaders of the ruling party at the Prime Minister’s residence in Baluvatar today, had warned of withdrawing from the alliance if the MCC went ahead.

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