KATHMANDU: Australia based Non Residential Nepali Shesh Ghale, who was listed as 180th richest person in Australia, has formally announced his candidacy for the presidency of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA). Organizing a press conference in the Capital Ghale announced his candidacy and claimed that he will be the president of the organization unopposed.
Elaborating his proposed working plan, Ghale said the registration of NRNA, strengthening safe migration and foreign employment, and reinforcing the demands for dual citizenship for Nepali diaspora to promote inflow of capital and know-how to Nepal would be his priorities.
“I want to announce my candidacy for the post of president of NRNA’s International Coordination Council (ICC) in the coming general convention to raise the issues of the Nepali diaspora, specially focusing on investment promotion in Nepal from abroad,” Ghale added.
Ghale, who has entered into Australia some 23 years ago, has been serving as the Central Advisor since the inception of NRNA. He became active for establishment of Australia chapter of NRNA after the NRNA conference of 2005.
He also informed that he will try to focus the organization for the benefit of all NRNs and added that he will not allow political interference in the organization. He future elaborated that we will be able to provide employment opportunities to youths in the country by bringing foreign investment in the country. He further added that he will concentrate on philanthropic activities and promoting investment in the country.
Ghale has been working at joint chief of Joint Investment Taskforce of NRNs, which was established in 2011. He has been actively working to bring investment of NRNs in different projects in Nepal. The next international convention of NRN is taking place in Kathmandu in November. However it is said that Ghale’s role is very limited for the welfare of Nepali immigrant workers. He was active during the Regional Conference of NRNA held in Sydney last year.
Founder and Patron of Non Residential Nepali Association (NRNA) Ram Pratap Thapa is also contesting for the top position of NRNA. Nepali people in diaspora has been saying that Thapa is the best candidate for the position.
There is a demand of electing Thapa for the top post of the NRNA as he left the position while making consensus in the names of Dev man Hirachan and Jiba lamichane for the benefit of the organization. Chairperson of the apex body of NRNA is being selected through consensus since its establishment.
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