NC to mobilize sister organizations for rescue, relief operation


Kathmandu, Aug. 15: The ruling Nepali Congress has decided to mobilize its entire sister organizations to rescue and relief distribution in view of the landslide and floods that has paralysed life across the country.
The party meeting held at central office Sanepa discussed with leaders of the sister organization on how the rescue and relief distribution campaign could be made effective.
Most of those speaking at the meeting said actual details of the loss of lives and properties were imperative before providing relief materials.
On the occasion, General Secretary Dr Sashank Koirala directed the representatives of the sister organization to steep in assistance to the people in need in Province No 2.
He also pointed out the need that a committee could be formed with certain mechanism, so that effective mobilization of its rank and file would be possible during disaster management.
The General Secretary also asked the sister organizations and well wishers to raise fund in a way the party would be able to leave positive influence on the disaster victims.
One can deposit the amount in the NC's account at 0135110010045 in Nepal Bank Limited. The transparent use of the fund was also emphasized in the programme.
The representatives of the sister organizations univocally said they would devote to rescue and relief distribution in the flooded area as per party's direction. RSS  

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