Kathmandu, April 3 Modern Indian School Alumni Association has constructed two houses and a community building for the earthquake victims of Taarkhal in Bhaktapur. Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae recently inaugurated the houses and the building constructed by MISAA at the cost of Rs 2 million. Sanjay Bagaria, president of MISAA, today said the houses were build as part of their campaign ‘Tribute to Humanity’. He said the houses were handed over to individual victims while the community building was handed over to the municipality. “The municipality may use the building for various purposes such as to conduct religious and cultural programmes as well as to celebrate various festivals,” Bagaria said, adding, “Not only today’s generation but future generation could also benefit from the building.” Former students such as Pawan Surana, Amit Begani and Rakesh Adukiya had made special contribution to construct the houses and the community building for the quake victims.
MIS alumni build houses for quake victims
Published: 02:40 am Apr 04, 2016