KATHMANDU: Chief Minister of Lumbini Province, Kul Prasad KC, has said that the provincial government has been active to provide vaccines against coronavirus to all the children of the province, saying today’s children are tomorrow’s future.
Saying the constitution has defined health as the first right of the people, Chief Minister KC shared that the provincial government should ensure vaccine against COVID-19 to all the children even after stopping activities of physical infrastructure development.
He expressed this view in a program organized to hand over the health supplies provided by Pratiman Chandra Bohara Foundation, Bhairahawa, to Lumbini Province to fight against coronavirus.
On the occasion, the Chief Minister said that contribution of social worker and politician Pratima Chandra Bohara was significant in social and political change.
He also thanked the Foundation for its support to Lumbini Province to fight against coronavirus saying the Lumbini province government was ready to collaborate with the Foundation.
Similarly, former Minister and Chairperson of the Foundation, Deepak Bohara, said that the Foundation is working in the social service sector as social service is the main purpose of the Foundation.
He added, “We will always head towards the path of social service shown by my father. We will always help the helpless and poor people.”
The Foundation had provided 14,000 facial masks, 3,000 K 95 masks, 32 digital thermometers, 580 PPE sets, and 166,000 gloves, among others.