Vastavam web: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today said the construction of the Ram-Janki Marg from here to Nepal’s Janakpur would be expedited, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart inaugurated a bus service between the two cities sacred to Hindus.The chief minister was in Ayodhya to receive a Nepalese delegation that reached here today by the Indo-Nepal bus service. The bus was flagged off by prime ministers Modi and K P Sharma Oli from Janakpur in the Himalayan nation.The Nepalese delegation comprised political leaders and officials, and they were apprised of the road through a brochure of the Uttar Pradesh information department.
The Ram-Janki road will reduce travel time between Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh and Janakpur in Nepal from eleven hours to seven hours, Adityanath said.”This is Modiji’s best effort to connect the heritage of Nepal and India… I thank him for this direct bus service. Both the governments (India and Nepal) are finalising the agreement to fix the route and duration,” he said.Speaking on the occasion, Saroj Kumar Kushwaha, a provincial minister from Nepal, said, “There is an unbreakable relation of Ram and Sita, both the nations must remember this.”
Usha Yadav, also a provincial minister, urged the Uttar Pradesh government to cooperate in the development of the Madhesi community.”Women in both countries share the same status of suppression and harassment, governments must take initiative to support them,” she said.