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Former PM Deuba urges India to ease supplies
Kathmandu, Oct 15: Former Prime Minister and Nepali Congress senior leader Sher Bahadur Deuba has urged India to ease the supply of goods and fuel to Nepal.
While inaugurating the 37th annual general assembly of the Trekking Agencies' Association, Nepal (TAAN), leader Deuba asked India to ease the supplies through different border checkpoints.
He even urged the Madhes-centric parties to join the dialogue table as the ongoing protest was benefitting none.
Leader Deuba called on all to be tolerant as the ongoing problem in supplies would be resolved soon.
The closed session of the 37th AGM of the TAAN is starting soon.