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A team including a Supreme Court judge reaches Kalapathar


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2022 Mar 07, 16:20, Gorapsepa

A team including Supreme Court Judge Sapna Pradhan Malla has left Labuche for Gorapsepa. The team, which was in Labuche on Sunday, left for Gorapsep this morning.

Prajita Karki, chairperson of the organizing body said that the team will reach Kalapathar at 8 am on Tuesday and hold a special program on the occasion of International Women's Day.

'Women United for Climate Justice'

According to the organizers, women activists in various fields have embarked on a 13-day trek with the slogan 'Women United for Climate Justice' to draw attention to the effects of climate change. It is said that the program has been organized with the objective of informing about the increasing melting of snow in the mountains due to the rise in global temperature, drying up of water sources and its direct impact on women.

The organizers informed that the aim is to extend this 'Sathsathai' campaign to all the states in 2022 AD. Prior to the trek, Sathsathai had completed the trek to Annapurna base camp and Mardi Himal area. It is believed that this campaign will not only highlight climate change and women's issues but will also help in the promotion of domestic tourism.

      The organizing body has stated that other people from various organizations have also provided positive support during the campaign. Chairman Karki said that he was confident that the objective of the campaign would be achieved as all the participants in the campaign had reached Gorapsep safely till the day before the program was organized with the support of all.

      Elite Expeditions has taken over the responsibility of other management during the campaign. It is said that the police has also been deployed keeping in mind the possible security challenges during the campaign.

The village municipality has no information about the program

Khumbupasang Lhamu is a village municipality with black stone. A special program is being organized in this village municipality. It is also planned to issue a manifesto on the occasion of International Women's Day on the opportunity given to women in the lives of the people due to climate change.

The village head and the entire people's representative, led by a woman acting chairperson, said that they got information about the program only from the media. Acting Chairperson of Khumbupasang Lhamu Village Municipality, Tashi Lhum Sherpa, said that the women's team was seen marching in Kalapathar.

 Stating that they could have cooperated if they had coordinated with the village councils earlier, Acting Chairman Sherpa said that the program with the participation of the local government could be more meaningful even if there was no objection to the lack of coordination.

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