Kathmandu, 6th February, 2015Â : The government is making preparations for organising aÂ variety of progammes to mark the 65th Democracy Day in a grand manner.
The Publicity Sub-Committee meeting formed under the Democracy Day Main Organizing Committee today also decided to conduct journalism training to the visually impaired and various other programmes on the same occasion.
As per the programme, the Committee decided to publish notices and other information with a view to create awareness about democracy in national dailies, weeklies, and papers published from the mofussil as a welfare advertisement.
During the occasion, the Committee would disseminate best wishes through telephone service providers’ company, papers, radio, television, organize morning rally, interaction, and other programmes.
The Main Organizing Committee chaired by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala formed a 23-member Publicity Sub-Committee coordinated by Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal while the Director General of the Department of Information is the Member-Secretary of the Sub-committee.
Similarly, the Secretary at the Ministry of Information and Communications, District Development Committee Chiefs of all three districts in the Kathmandu Valley, Chairman of the Federation of Nepali Journalists, Chairman of the government media including Gorkhapatra, Rastriya Samachar Samiti (RSS) and Nepal Television, and Chief Executive Director at the Radio Nepal are other members in the Sub-committee.
During the meeting, Secretary at the Ministry of Information and Communications Sunil Bahadur Malla urged one and all to work from their respective place to support marking the Democracy Day in a grand manner.
The other participant of the meeting stressed on the need of marking the Democracy Day in a distinct manner than marking it in the traditional way.
Source : RSS