AAP central spokesperson Ashutsh said a force like his party can reduce corruption in Nepal.
He was speaking at an interaction organised at the Reporters Club in the Capital today.
Presenting his party as an example of success against corruption, the journalist-turned-politician pointed out the need of a peaceful movement against corruption in Nepal.
Meanwhile, the Indian leader suggested Nepali political parties to discuss the issues of constitution as much as possible before deciding on any content of the statute.
“The more the discussion,” he said, “The nearer you reach to consensus.”
Ashutosh, however, did not express his or his party’s position on any of the disputed issues of the constitution drafting.
They all should be decided by Nepalis, he maintained.
Kejriwal may visit Nepal
The AAP spokesperson also shared that his party Chief, sitting Chief Minister of New Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal may visit Nepal.
It has been learnt that the Reporters’ Club has invited Kejriwal to its 17th anniversary function.
But, he ruled out any possibility of his visit in next six months.