Nepal | June 04, 2020

KMC urges people to cooperate, provides essential contact numbers

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KATHMANDU: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City Office has made an appeal to the people to support the government by cooperating with the lockdown orders.

Likewise, the KMC has also provided some important numbers of officials, including that of the Mayor and the Deputy Mayor, for people to contact in case of emergency reach-outs.

The numbers are as follows:

Mayor/Deputy Mayor:

  • Bidya Sundar Shakya – 985127990
  • Hari Prabha Khadgi Shrestha – 9851279899

Ward Chairs:

  • 1.Bharat Lal Shrestha – 9851279901
  • 2. Rajendra Kumar Shrestha – 9851279902
  • 3. Deeepak KC – 9851279903
  • 4. Mohan Bista – 9851279904
  • 5. Ramesh Dangol – 9851279905
  • 6. Dipendra Lama – 9851279908
  • 7. Sudha Dangol – 9851279907
  • 8. Dinesh Kumar Dangol – 9851279908
  • 9.Ram Krishna Jayasu Shrestha – 9851279909
  • 10. Ram Kumar KC – 9851279910
  • 11. Hiralal Tandukar – 9851279911
  • 12. Bikash Dangol – 9851279912
  • 13. Dhubnarayan Manandhar – 9851279913
  • 14. Sobha Sapkota – 9851279914
  • 15. Ishwarman Dangol – 9851279915
  • 16. Mukund Rijal – 9851279916
  • 17. Nabin Manandhar – 9851279917
  • 18. Nwauche Kaji Maharjan – 9851279918
  • 19. Sashilal Shrestha – 9851279919
  • 20. Rajendra Manandhar – 9851279920
  • 21. Udaychudamani Bajracharya – 9851279921
  • 22. Chinikaji Maharjan – 9851279927
  • 23. Macharaja Maharjan – 9851279923
  • 24. Balkrishna Shrestha – 9851279924
  • 25. Nilkaji Shakya – 9851279925
  • 26. Khyamraj Tiwari – 9851279926
  • 27. Chiniyaman Bajracharya – 9851279927
  • 28. Bhairam Khadgi – 9851279928
  • 29. Kush Dhakal – 9851279929
  • 30. Dalbahadur Karki – 9851279930
  • 31. Narayan Prasad Bhandari – 9851279929
  • 32. Nabraj Parajuli – 9851279932

Working committee members:

  • Laxmi Shrestha – 9851279951
  • Ramita Kamal Sthapit – 9851279952
  • Rashmi Khadgi – 9851279953
  • Kanta Adhikari Gautam – 9851279954
  • Hira Devi Pokhrel – 9851279955
  • Pasang Nurbu Lama – 9851279956
  • Deepak Gorkhali Rai – 9851279957
  • Prem Pode Pujari – 9851279958

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