Kathmandu, September 2nd: Prime Minister Sushil Koirala persuades public not to spoil the present atmosphere of the country that has become conducive to development.
He addressed general citizens during a program organised to accept donations from various individuals and organisations to the Prime Minister’s Natural Disaster Relief Fund at his official residence in Baluwatar today, Prime Minister stated constitution is the first priority of Nepal at present and then peace, stability, democracy, constitution and development would all come together to the country gradually.
“There will be a break though in development now”, he argued while pointing out the need to utilise the natural and human resources for the internet and prosperity of the country.
Later, the Prime Development Bank contributed one million rupees to the fund while the Child talent Prize Fund donated Rs. 100,000.
Similarly, the Gaire Sewa Samaj and Lions Club Laligurans Charter donated Rs. 261,111 and Rs. 141,000 respectively.
Prime Minister received the donations from representatives of the orgnisations on the occasion.