KATHMANDU, April 6: Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai inaugurated the National Volunteer Campaign-2068 by cleaning up garbage before the Constituent Assembly (CA) building at New Baneswor today.
While opening the clean-up campaign, Prime Minister Dr. Bhattarai swept the area off for five minutes.
Also involved in the clean-up campaign are Local Development Minister, Prime Minister’s wife, Chief Secretary including government officials, Nepal Police, Nepal Army, students and members of general public.
Various areas in Kathmandu will be cleaned up under the campaign that begins Friday through April 12.
Addressing the campaign, the Prime Minister said the campaign has been conducted to initiate culture of doing own works by oneself.
He expressed confidence that the campaign will help raise feeling of volunteerism among Nepali people.
Stressing that efforts should be exerted to build clean Nepal alongside the campaign of making prosperous and new Nepal, calling for concerned efforts from all sides to make the campaign a success.
Minister for Local Development Top Bahadur Rayamajhi informed public that the campaign was introduced as an awareness building drive, adding it will get continuity. RSS
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