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PM’s disaster relief fund gets more donations


KATHMANDU: Donations are pouring into the Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund on Saturday as well.

A social organisation named RadheRadhe Samuha donated Rs 1.01 million to the fund today.

Didi Sangita of the organisation handed over the amount to PM Sushil Koirala at a function in Baluwatar this morning.

Also, advisors and staff at the Prime Minister’s personal secretariat handed over Rs 83,551 to Prime Minister Koirala today.

PM’s personal secretary Basanta Kumar Gautam handed over the cheque to the PM.

According to PM’s press coordinator Prakash Adhikari, PM’s advisors and staff at his secretariat had contributed their salary of five days to the fund.

Likewise, staff of the national news agency, Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) donated Rs 25,100 to the fund.

RSS Chairman Kulchandra Wagle handed over the cheque to the Prime Minister.

‘Fill the Bucket’ campaigners hand over relief materials

The ‘Fill the Bucket’ campaign also handed over various relief materials collected through its website and social media to the fund on Saturday.

Members of the campaign, Aabhash Niraula, Shani Manandhar, Arpan Shrestha, Binit Shrestha and Bibek Basnet handed over various materials including food items.

The campaign has aimed to collect 500 buckets of relief materials for victims of recent floods, landslides and inundations.

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