'PM Modi's Nepal visit resembles that of a US president'

New Delhi, Aug 2: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Nepal on Sunday and his visit will be quite different from his predecessors. An Indian Air Force aircraft took three bulletproof vehicles and communication equipment to Kathmandu on Thursday after the two countries reviewed the security arrangement in details. Sources in the government said Modi's visit to Nepal almost resembles that of a US president, a Financial Express news report said.

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Modi, who will be the first prime minister to visit Nepal on a bilateral trip in 17 years, will be hosted by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala and President Ram Baran Yadav over dinner and lunch, respectively. The Indian prime minister is also likely to take his own chef on the tour.

The IAF took three bulletbroof vehicles to Nepal for the occasion

Schools will remain shut in Nepal on Sunday, which is otherwise a working day there, to enable students to welcome the Indian prime minister. Nepalese Prime Minister Koirala will be present at the airport to receive his Indian counterpart.

Prime Minister Modi will also address the Nepalese parliament, the first foreign leader to do so. He also addressed the Bhutanese parliament during a visit to that country in June.

Oneindia News

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