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Senior citizens should be respected: MoWCSC Minister Regmi

2021 Oct 19, 15:06, Chitwan
File Photo: Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens Source: Facebook Page (MoWCSC)

Minister for Women, Children, and Senior Citizen (MoWCSC), Uma Regmi, has said that senior citizens should not face problems in their later life.

After monitoring the Social Welfare Old-Age Home at Devghat operated by Devghat Area Development Committee today, Minister Regmi opined that senior citizens should be respected.

She shared, "The government is serious to making the old-age home systematic and to increase service and facility provided to the senior citizens."

Minister Regmi also urged the Old-Age Home Development Committee to move ahead collaborating with non-governmental organisations until it gets government assistance.

Similarly, the Executive Director of the Old-Age Home Development Committee, Dhiran Babu Ghimire, briefed the Minister about the situation of the Old-Age Home.

A total of 38 elderly persons are now taking shelter at the Old-Age Home, operated since 2052 BS. 


Minister for Women children and Senior Citizen MoWCSC Uma Regmi Senior citizens respect Social Welfare Old Age Home Devghat Area Development Committee Non Govt Organisations Shelter facility
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