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Bagmati River Clean-up Mega Campaign: 10 metric tons waste managed


07 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: A total of 10 metric tons of waste was managed from the Bagmati River in Kathmandu valley on Saturday.

As a part of the 404th week of the Bagmati Clean-up Mega Campaign, the wastes were collected from the River near Shiva Temple at local Aloknagar.

According to campaigner Kishsna Singh Shahi, Bagmati Integrated Development Committee chair Uddhav Prasad Timilsina, newly appointed project chief Rabindra Bohora, KMC Ward-11 chair Hiralal Tandukar, among others had participated in the clean-up Saturday.

The newly-appointed project chief Bohara was welcomed by the Mega Campaign Saturday.

On the occasion, Committee chair Timilsina and project chief Bohara expressed the determination to make the Bagmati River clean at the earliest.

The Mega Campaign was initiated on May 19, 2013. Along with the Bagmati, its tributaries are also being cleaned as part of this campaign.

Drawing a leaf from the Bagmati Clean-up Mega Campaign, such clean-up works are taking place at 106 various places across the country at persent.0 metric tons waste managed Saturday.

Publish Date : 07 February 2021 06:37 AM

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