Ambassador of Nepal to India Nilamber Acharya on Wednesday called on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at the Delhi Secretariat.
The Ambassador greeted the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister on the eve of India’s Independence Day and extended best wishes on behalf of the Nepal Government.
Ambassador Acharya congratulated the Chief Minister on his style of governance for a big and expanding city like Delhi. He said the people of Nepal are deeply attached with Delhi physically and emotionally since a large of Nepalese people live and work in India's national capital.
The Chief Minister also shared about the interest shown by many private schools of Nepal regarding 'Happiness Curriculum' implemented in Delhi government schools, with the Ambassador. The Curriculum has recently completed its first year in schools.
Kejriwal said the Delhi government will be happy to share its initiative with the Nepal government for their schools. Kejriwal tweeted "India and Nepal are old friends and enjoy strong friendly relations. It was a pleasure to meet the Ambassador of Nepal to India H.E. Mr Nilamber Acharya today. We discussed range of issues @nilacharya,"
The Ambassador appreciated the work of Delhi government in the fields of Education and Health, and stated that how a big city like Delhi manages its electricity and water supply successfully is remarkable. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia invited the Ambassador to visit Delhi government's Mohalla Clinics and schools.