Nepal PM’s counselors to give three days pay to remake Dharahara Tower
Kathmandu, Apr.5: Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli’s counselors and in addition staff individuals from his secretariat have declared arrangements to give three days of compensation in the month of Chaitra to remake Dharahara, the nine story (50.2m) tall tower in the focal point of Kathmandu.
In a press proclamation issued by Oli’s press counselor Pramod Dahal, the guides would give their pay rates to a record opened to gather reserves for remaking of the memorable landmark, reports the Himalayan Times.
A record has been made by the legislature at Thapathali-based Rastriya Banijaya Bank where the assets will be credited.
Head administrator Oli had before reported that he would give a month’s compensation for the recreation of the tower.
Dharahara likewise called Bhimsen Tower, worked in 1832 A.D. by the Prime Minister of the time; Bhimsen Thapa of Nepal, was annihilated in the April 2015 earth shudder.