Kapilvastu, Nepal: The annual general meeting of the Swavalamban Group and the public hearing of the Toll Development Committee have been completed. The program was held in Shivpur-1, Shivpur of the district on Saturday with the support of KIRDAC Nepal Kapilvastu and coordination of Shivraj Municipality Ward No. 1 Ward Office.
The general assembly of the Swavalamban group has elected a new leadership. Phoolmati Tharu has been elected as the chairperson and Kumari Tharu as the vice chairperson.
Similarly, Sunita Tharu has been elected as the secretary, Asha Tharu as the joint secretary, Manni Tharu as the treasurer and Swavalamban has 36 members in the group so far.
Addressing the program, Shivaraj Municipal Deputy Chief Shiva Kumari Tharu wished continuity to the active group. She also praised the activities of Swavalamban and Toll Development Group which have a good impact on the society.
Deputy Chief Tharu said that Swavalamban and Toll Development have played a leading role in the transformation of the society as a very commendable act.
She said that the group was not active only when the budget came but they always performed their work diligently. In the past, in the villages where she grew up, the group has made great strides in self-reliance, including toll development.
She also congratulated the newly elected office bearers and wished them all the best.
Meanwhile, Ward Chairman of Shivraj Municipality Ward No. 1 Jagat Bahadur G.C lauded the work done by the group due to Swavalamban and Toll Development Group. He said that the credit for making his ward a model has credited to KIRDAC, Swavalamban and Toll Development Institutions.
Chairman G.C informed that everyone has an important role in reaching the toll development through adolescent groups and mothers’ groups.
Krishna Rawal, Kapilvastu District Coordinator of KIRDARC Nepal, Prakash Tharu, Chairman of Shivraj Municipal Tharu Museum Preservation Committee, Raju Tharu and others spoke on the occasion.
Ram Abatar Chaudhary
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