DHANGADHI: The former monarch has been making to put balm at the wounds of recent flood victims of far western Nepal. Deposed King Gyanendra Shah has arrived Dhangadhi leading a nine-member team of former royal family for a week-long visit to distribute relief packages to the flood victims of Far-Western region.
Former King Gyanendra, his wife Komal and daughter Prerana, among other former royal members, came here at Dhangadi via a regular flight of Buddha Air. Former Princess Himani Shah and her son Hirdayendra Shah had arrived here on Sunday itself.
Himani went to the airport with her son to receive the royal family, while the supporters of the former king thronged the airport for welcome. After landing at the airport, the former king walked a one kilometre distance up to Ruwas Hotel.
The former King will will distribute a relief package worth Rs 5,000,000—including Rs 2,500,000 from Himani Trust—to the flood victims of Darchula, Kailai and Kanchanpur district. Himani Trust has been supporting different development initiatives to people of remote parts of the country.
The former King will offer prayers in some temples of far western region and also meet with some of his supporters. The former monarch has expedited his consultation with general people mostly his supporters after the failure of the constituent assembly to deliver new constitution. The recent visit of former King in different parts of the country is taken with importance at a time when some political parties have been mulling to form electoral alliance with the view of restoring constitutional monarchy in the country. The former King recently visited Eastern districts.
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