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Candles lit in memory of late King Birendra


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2022 Jun 03, 6:25, Kathmandu

A programme was organized in memory of the late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah here Thursday.

The Birendra Peace Foundation organized the 21st memorial programme and garlands for the statue of King Birendra. The speakers at the programme remembered the late King as a peace-loving personality who contributed to the nation's development.

On the occasion, the Chairperson of Jagaran Media House Ranjit Dhamala said the late King Birendra was a democratic ruler. Nepal was declared the zone of peace and democracy was restored during his regime. King Birendra was a farsighted diplomat as well, according to Dhamala.

Meanwhile, the Rastriya Prajatantra Party conducted candle lightning at the gate of Narayanhiti Museum on Thursday itself. RPP central member Saraswati Adhikari recalled that Birendra was a patriotic and citizen-loving king. He was a man of the democratic ideal, Adhikari added.

King Birendra and his entire family members were killed in the royal massacre on Jestha 19, 2058 BS.

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