Myagdi district receives two ambulances from Indian Embassy
Myagdi, 27 Jan : The Indian Embassy in Nepal has provided two ambulances to Myagdi district.
On the occasion of India’s 69th Republic Day, the Indian Embassy handed over the ambulances- one to Annapurna Rural Municipality and another one to Nepal Red Cross Society district chapter.
The ambulances were handed to Rural Municipality Chief Dam Babadur Pun and Red Cross district chapter Chair Lekh Bahadur Hamal amidst a function organized on the Embassy premises in Kathmandu yesterday.
It is learnt that the Rural Municipality would utilize the ambulance focusing the northern belt of the district, while the Red Cross is to mobilize the vehicle in the western belt.
Retired from Indian Army, Rural Municipality Chief Pun had made special efforts to seek support from the Embassy.