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Free health camp for quake victims
Lalitpur, Jan 23: Araniko Society and Lalitpur Metropolitan ward-21 (Khokana) jointly organised a free health camp for earth-quake victims at Khokana, Lalitpur.
In the health camp held recently, over a hunderd victims, particularly the senior citizens, had their health checked up. Neurologists, gynocologists, and other medical doctors who had studied in China provided their services in the camp.
Addressing the health camp, spokesperson of the Communist party of Nepal (Maoist Centre), Pampha Bhusal said that rural Lalitpur would be modern cultural city of Nepal.
"Ancient cities like Khokana, Bungamati, Chapagaun, Thecho, Harisiddhi would be new cultural hubs of the country," she said while inaugrating the free health check-up.
The Maoist spokesperson pointed at the need to making a cultural ring road linking malla era cities in order to promote cultural tourism.
She expressed her wish to visit cultural cities of China with Nepali experts in order to get knowledge from there.
DCM of Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu, Yang Zhou, said that good neighbour, good friends and good counterparts are necessary for development.
"China is keen to help Nepal in any aspects, and will always favour sound health of Nepal and Nepali people."
Chairperson of Lalitpur Metropolitan, ward-21, Rabindra Maharjan, president of Araniko Society, Dr. Sarbottam Shrestha, Vice-president Dr. Manoj Man Shrestha viewed that the free health camp was a minor heal for the earthquake victims of Khokana area.
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