New Delhi, May 10: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday dwelled upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day State visit to Nepal, explaining the nitty-gritty of the same.
"PM will be arriving in Janakpur on 11 May, which is tomorrow; he will leave (for Nepal) tomorrow morning. The first stop will be Janakpur. Darshan at Janaki Mandir will be followed by a civic reception hosted by the mayor of Janakpur at Barhabigha ground," said MEA's official spokesperson Raveesh Kumar whilst addressing the media briefing.
"He will leave for Kathmandu in the afternoon of tomorrow. There will be a call by Foreign Minister of Nepal Pradeep Gyawali. This will be followed by a ceremonial reception. He will also call on President of Nepal Bidhya Devi Bhandari and Vice President Nanda Bahadur Pun. This will be followed by the bilateral talks between the two Prime Ministers. Nepal's Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will host dinner in the honour of PM Modi in the evening of May 11," Kumar added.
Divulging the details of day two of the Prime Minister's visit, the MEA spokesperson said, "On the morning of May 12, Prime Minister Modi Muktinath temple in Mustang district. He will come back to Kathmandu and offer prayers at Pashupathi Nath Temple."
Later, the Prime Minister will meet the leaders of various political parties of Nepal, which will be followed by a civic reception that will be hosted by the mayor of Kathmandu in honour of the visiting Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Modi will depart for India after the civic reception. (ANI)