Reema Ghartimagar

Sudip Bhattarai (Madhav) who lives in Rampur Municipality has started to actively engage in social service. He has started leading social service under the name Laxmi Narayan Memorial Foundation.
Before this, Bhattarai, who has been doing many social works, said in a conversation with us that he is making various plans to further develop the society in the coming days.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary and 26th Parents’ Day celebration of the Children’s Welfare Foundation in Sani Amrai, Ward No. 5 of Rampur Municipality, he supported the students by giving them bags and cups.
Durga Prasad Pokharel, the ward president of Rampur municipality ward number 5, was the chief guest of the program which was chaired by the chairman of the school management committee, Ram Prasad Bhandari.
Speaking in the program, the ward chairman Pokharel said that no organization can succeed without the support of the society. He also requested everyone to increase the number of students saying that he would give all possible support from the ward.
In the program, the school principal Buddhi raj Acharya read out the annual report.
On that occasion, Sudip Bhattarai, patron of Lakshmi Narayan Memorial Foundation, said that he will serve to save human civilization and culture by mentioning that he should pass on the things he has done in the society.
In the program, which started with the welcome of school teacher Brinda Parajuli, City Education Officer Vikal Kafle, President of Rampur Udyog Banijya Sagh Bhojendra Prakash Dhakal, Executive Member of Rampur Municipality Maya Nepali, Social Worker Faneshwar Gautam, Ward Member Yuvraj Shahi, Principal of Madrasa Pravika Nagendra Prasad Kafle, Parents Majhi tol Development Organization Secretary Kamal Acharya, social worker and member of school management committee Bedraj Dhugana and others gave their best wishes.
On the eve of the annual celebration, Y Service Club of Rampur Palpa founder president Bhojendra Prakash Dhakal, second vice president Sanjay Kafle distributed bags worth 15,000. The program was run by teacher Pitambar Pokharel.


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