MYAGDI- The Non-Resident Nepalese have provided financial aid to a revolving fund, established to support the treatment of disadvantaged community people.
Myagdi Rescue Committee Bahrain aided Rs 1.7 million to the revolving fund of Rs 150 million that was set up by Omkumari Peace Trust.
Committee Chairperson Lek Ramjali, senior advisor Chhabilal Biswokarma and Dinesh Basnet handed over the cheque amount to Trust Chairperson Rajesh Shakya.
Trust Secretary Lokesh Pun shared that so far the Trust has received aid amounting to Rs 6.2 million from home and abroad countries. The revolving fund was instituted in memory of Om Kumari Pun (Shanti) who died of Hypo Plastic Ammonia disease.
He further informed that the Trust has provided support amounting to Rs 18.24 million for the treatment of 101 people up to mid-October 2018.
Official nabbed red-handed with bribe money
MAHOTTARI— A first class non-gazatted official working at Land Revenue Office in Mahottari was held red-handed along with Rs 10,000 in bribe money.
Nayab Subba Dhak Bahadur Karki was held by a team of the anti-graft body Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) on Saturday afternoon. He is charged of accepting bribe money from a service seeker while managing documents in regard to land.
The CIAA Office based in Bardibas said that Karki would be booked as per the Corruption Control Act.
It is said that Nayab Subba Karki was transferred to the Mahottari Land Revenue Office just some months ago.