IMS Noida organized a National Webinar on “India Nepal Relations and Future Path”
Institute of management Studies Noida along with Antar Rashtriya Sahyog Parishad Bharat organized a national webinar on “India Nepal Relations and Future Path”. IMS Noida President Rajeev Gupta said the webinar provides a clear vision about India Nepal relation and helps to aware the society about what effective measurable step we need to take for future path to maintain a friendly relation.
During the Webinar, Ex Former Foreign Secretary of India Shashank , keynote speaker, former Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri, Antar Rashtriya Sahyog Parishad General Secretary Shyam Parande, Gautam Buddha University Vice Chancellor Prof. B P Sharma, and Professor Sangeet Thapliyal of JNU’s School of International Studies, were present as a guest. The program was organized under the leadership of Dr. Surendra Nath Gupta, former professor of Fiji National University.
Senior Director of IMS Noida Dr Kulneet Suri said India is a peace lover Nation and always builds a healthy relations with their neighbour country but if any nation try to destroy their peace or create problems then India always take stand to maintain their Harmony.
Addressing the audience Ex Former Foreign Secretary Shashank said that India’s relation with Nepal was too good. India has helped Nepal whenever they needed support but now Nepal is having thoughts of China in the big power game and trying to weaken her relationship with India. At last he said that in the longtime Nepal will definitely get to know that relation with India was beneficial for them.
Former Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri mentioned the ground reality of Nepal along with the truth that India think Nepal as their brother but Nepal doesn’t. He shared lots of facts about Nepal, their economy and the large remittances received from Nepalis from across the world. At last he said we should make our relationship strong and invigorated with Nepal and his keypoint was “Changing perception should be taken forward from both sides.”