Prime Minister Baburam and Indian Ambassador Jayant Prasad held a meeting, Tuesday evening, June 12, 2012.
This is Jayant’s first one to one meeting with Nepal’s Prime Minister after his secret meeting with Nepal’s King Gyanendra Shah.
It had also been reported that Prime Minister Baburam was informed by government intelligence sources of the said meeting between the King and the Indian Ambassador. Prime Minister Baburam must have been shaken from within.
Unfortunately, ambassador Prasad could not make it to the ‘breakfast briefing’ organized by Nepal’s Prime Minister early hours on Monday June 12, 2012 to the member of international community residing in Nepal. Including Indian Ambassador Prasad, the Chinese ambassador Yang Houlan was also invited in the said meeting.
The second man at the Indian embassy, Jaideep Majumdar enjoyed the breakfast.
Prasad was in New Delhi, it has been reported. Now he is back as he was spotted at the Russian Embassy national day reception, June 12, 2012, evening.
Reports quote Prime Minister Baburam’s aide Bishwadeep Pandey as saying that talks between Ambassador Prasad and Prime Minister Baburam mainly focused on making import of fertilizer and petroleum products from India.
Coercive Politics and import of fertilizer go together? Unbelievable!
Yet informed sources claim that the two held a long discussion over unfolding political events in the country after the death of Constituent Assembly.