India has told Nepal that the peace process must be completed on time a clear indication that it would not endorse further extension of the constituent assemblys tenure beyond May 28,Foreign Minister S M Krishna,who is here on a three-day visit,said on Thursday.
In another development,Krishna got an assurance that nothing would be done to harm the image and professionalism of the Nepal Army. I was assured that they recognised the importance of preserving the professional integrity and apolitical nature of the Army.
Krishna was blunt in raising Indias concern over the obstruction of India-aided hydro projects,and the threat to Ambassador Rakesh Sood by Maoist workers.
I conveyed our serious concern on the attacks on our Ambassador and requested the government to provide adequate safety to Indian diplomats and diplomatic premises, Krishna said.
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