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Saturday, 17 October 2015 16:15

NRNA ICC 7th Global Conference concluded with 4 Prime Ministers of Nepal attending the Closing Ceremony

Kathmandu- NRNA ICC 7th Global Conference concluded with 4 Prime Ministers of Nepal attending the Closing Ceremony at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu on October 17, 2015. Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli attended as Chief Guest while former Prime Ministers Sushil Koirala, Jhalanath Khanal and Lokendra Bahadur Chand attended as special guests. NRNA ICC all four current and former Presidents were also present at the program: President Shesh Ghale, former Presidents Dr. Upendra Mahato, Devman Hirachan and Jiba Lamichhane. At the program, 10-Point NRNA Kathmandu Declaration was announced. Earlier in the oath taking ceremony, newly elected NRNA ICC executive committee office bearers and members took the oath of secrecy and responsibility by Chief Election Commissioner Advocate Shiva Prasad Rijal.

Shesh Ghale won President while Bhaban Bhatta and Kumar Panta won VP. Dr. Badri К.C. won General Secretary. Hikmat Thapa won Treasurer. Sonam Lama won RC of North America and Ac Sherpa Salaka won DRC.

NRNA 7th Global Conference was inaugurated by Nepal's President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav at Nepal Army Officer's Club Auditorium, Tripureshwar, Kathmandu, Nepal on October 16, 2015. President Dr. Yadav praised NRNA for uniting Nepalese from around the world and being the partner to rebuild Nepal.


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