Two Nepali immigrants set up revolving fund in two schools
Dang, Oct 5: Nepali immigrants residing outside the country have set up a revolving fund of Rs 100,000 in two schools based in remote Saigha VDC.
Sushma Rai, a folk of Taplejung currently living in the United Kingdom, instituted a revolving fund of Rs 50,000 in Janata Primary School at Kaulechaur, Saigha.
Likewise, Joni Pahari and Maina Pahari, locals of Pokhara currently residing in the United Kingdom, established the fund of Rs 50,000 in Bhumi Lower Secondary, Saigha-7, Bamla. They handed over the revolving fund amount to Principal of Bhumi Lower Secondary Tilak Budhathoki and Principal of Janata Primary School Manju Devkota amidst a programme. RSS
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