N24 Correspondent, KATHMANDU: Some Myagdi residents presently working, learning and doing business in England have recently provided three ambulances for the district.
Stating that the residents of the district have been unable to receive fast treatment due to lack of ambulances, the three ambulances were handed over to Myagdi Nepal Red Cross Society on Tuesday on the occasion of Red Cross Day.
Appreciating the efforts of their district diasporas, Myagdi residents welcomed the ambulances with traditional dance and music. The ambulances were handed over to the NRCS-Myagdi officials by MONA-UK president Yog Kumar Phagami, advisor Yogendra Chhetri and Raju Pun.
Speaking on the occasion, also participated by CDO, Phagami said that Nepalese residing in other parts of the world shared an unflinching love and care for their motherland and that the ambulances were a reminder of that love.
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