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Six businesspersons join hands for human service

2021 May 14, 18:06, Kathmandu

Six businesspersons from Chandragiri Municipality-12 in Kathmandu have rolled up their sleeves as an act of humanitarian service.

They have used their vehicles (five cars and one motorcycle) to transport patients to the hospital for free, which is at a time when the country has been shut down due to a prohibitory order following the second wave of COVID-19. The service aims to provide easy access to a health facility for people in times of a crisis, said Rajesh Ghimire, one of the six involved in humanitarian work.

One in need of help can contact them for free service. They have their personal mobile numbers: Rajesh (9851022189), Ram Narayan Ghimire (9851088199), Madhav Prasad Adhikari (9851081441), Bidur Prasad Adhikari (9851095026), Debendra Pradhan (9851044833) and Purna Prasad Shrestha (9851171237). The service is available 24 hours, said Rajesh. “The health protocol will be followed while operating the service,” he said.

They had also donated Rs 100,000 in cash to the fund set up by the municipality to help those in need during the first wave of COVID-19 last year and had distributed relief materials to the needy people.


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