Nepal | July 02, 2020

Surya Raj Acharya appointed spokesperson of Sajha Party

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Sajha Party spokesperson Dr Surya Raj Acharya. Photo Courtesy: Sajha Party

KATHMANDU: With an aim to address the queries and growing media interest towards the party’s activities in an effective way, the newly formed Sajha Party has appointed Dr Surya Raj Acharya as its spokesperson.

Acharya has been appointed for the post, said Rabindra Mishra, coordinator and founder of the party, in a press statement today.

Acharya holds a PhD degree in Infrastructure and Regional Development from Tokyo University and is an expert in the public policy and infrastructures. He is a permanent resident of Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan district.

Earlier, Acharya has worked for the government of Nepal and the United Nations. He has published several researched papers that have been awarded at international academic conferences.


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