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Nepal’s ex-King Gyanendra Shah leaving for Thailand Friday


08 August 2019  

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KATHMANDU: Former King Gyanendra Shah is leaving for Thailand on Friday. He will be setting off to Thailand through a flight of Thai Airways at around 1:30 pm tomorrow.

Shah will be accompanied by his Personal Secretary Sagar Timilsina.

On Wednesday, ex-Princess Himani Shah and her daughter Purnika had left for Thailand.

According to Personal Secretariat of the ex-King, the former royals are leaving for Thailand in regards to the higher education of Purnika. It is said that ex-Queen will also leave for Thailand next week.

After a stay in Thailand for a few days, the former royals will set off to a next country whose name has not been revealed yet.

Publish Date : 08 August 2019 14:07 PM

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