Kapilvastu, Nepal: The family of journalist late Hikmat Chaudhary has been provided cash and health items through Tharu Journalist Association.
Chaudhary, a former central member of the Tharu Journalists’ Association, died a few months ago while undergoing treatment for covid infection. TJA Central Chairman Santosh Dahit informed that the Tharu Journalists Association Nepal Central Working Committee provided the aid to family of journalist Chaudhary on Saturday.
With the aim of helping the family to some extent, he reached home of late Chaudhary. According to Dahit, central chairperson of the Tharu Journalists’ Association of Nepal, Uday Devi Kahar Chaudhary, wife of the journalist, was provided NRs 20,000 in cash and some health items from the Emergency Assistance Fund of the association.
Central President of the Tharu Journalists Association Santosh Dahit, Central Secretary Kamal Chaudhary, Lablin Canvas, a contributor to the Emergency Assistance Fund, and journalist Sabi Tharu were present on the occasion.
He was also the Rupandehi District Advisor of the Tharu Journalists Association. Journalist Chaudhary died at the Lumbini Provincial Hospital’s Corona Special Hospital on Wednesday. Chaudhary breath last on Jestha 5. Hikmat Chaudhary was also associated with various media.
He was also active in many social organizations. He was also a former working committee member of the Federation of Nepali Journalists, Rupendehi, and former vice-president of the Federation of Indigenous Journalists, Rupendehi.
According to family sources, Chaudhary has two sons, four daughters and a wife. The Tharu Journalists’ Association also expressed its grief over the loss of its Tharu journalist family and thanked all the supportive minds who have contributed to the Emergency Assistance Fund of the Tharu Journalists at this grief time.
Ram Abatar Chaudhary