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Province 5 government to mark Establishment Day today

Himalayan News Service

Province 5 Chief Minister Shankar Pokhrel taking part in a clean-up campaign at Manakamana Chowk of Butwal, in Rupandehi, on Thursday, February 14, 2019. Photo: THT

Bhairahawa, February 14

Province 5 government has decided to give public holiday tomorrow and will organise different programmes on the occasion of the establishment day of the province.

The ministries, entrepreneurs, social workers and province dwellers of province 5 will illuminate the streets in the evening for three days.

Governor Umakanta Jha will attend the special programme organised in Butwal Mandap tomorrow. The main programme organising committee of the province will take out a rally in Butwal Bazaar on Friday. The chief minister’s Press Coordinator Sher Bahadur KC of said the province government would present its progress report and unveil a souvenir of the province on the occasion.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers were engaged in a clean-up campaign in Butwal today. As the cleanup campaign was organised at the same time in Susta, Nawalparasi, Rupandehi, Kapilvastu, Dang, Banke and Bardiya along the Mahendra Highway.

Chief Minister Shankar Pokhrel led the clean-up campaign at Manakamana Chowk of Butwal in Rupandehi while the ministers from different ministries took brooms inn their hands and cleaned up in different municipalities and rural municipalities of the district.

Land Management, Agriculture and Cooperative Minister Aarati Poudel led the clean-up campaign in Bardaghat of Nawalparasi, Minister of Physical Development Baijanath Chaudhary started the clean-up campaign from Chandrauta Chowk of Kapilvastu, Minister of Internal Affairs and Law Kul Prasad KC led the team at Kohalpur Chowk of Banke, Social Development Minister Sudarsan Baral started the campaign at Lamahi Chowk in Dang and Minister of Industry, Tourism, Forest and Environment Lila Giri started the clean-up campaign from Bhurigaun Chowk of Bardiya.

The cleanup campaign started at the same time in the districts of the province.

 


A version of this article appears in print on February 15, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.


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