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Ward chair Timilsena donates Rs 36,000 in salary to school


12 August 2022  

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KATHMANDU: As part of his priority to education, Dipak Timilsena, a ward chair, donated over Rs 36,000 he has received in his salary for the first month to a local school at Pandeltar in the district.

“I during local election promised to prioritize education within the rural municipality. So I implemented my words,” said Timilsena, ward chair of Gandaki Rural Municipality in the district.

The donated amounts would be used on scholarship scheme, said Dil Bahadur Gurung, head teacher of the Gyanmarga Secondary School. The school offers education to children from the impoverished Chepang community. It also offers residential facility.

Publish Date : 12 August 2022 13:28 PM

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