NEW DELHI: Congress on Monday denied that Nepal's deposed monarch Gyanandra's with party chief Sonia Gandhi sometime back had any bearing on the current situation in the neighbouring country."That meeting had nothing to do with the present situation," party leader Veerappa Moily told .
Gyanendra's meeting with Sonia had nothing to do with Nepal situation: Cong
Moily described the crisis in Nepal as an internal matter of that country. He pointed out that the government in Kathmandu was being run by a coalition. "The UPA government does not want to intervene; it's for the people of Nepal to decide," he said.
Replying to a question, Moily said the government was concerned over the situation in Sri Lanka with a large number of innocent Tamil civilians caught between the LTTE cadres and the approaching Lankan army.
"We are ready to do anything for them," Moily said, pointing out that national security advisor M K Narayanan had been deputed by PM Manmohan Singh to discuss the situation with the authorities in Colombo.