India provides 1.54 billion rupees to Nepal as post-earthquake assistance: Indian Embassy
Thursday, 24 September 2020
"The Government of India has provided 1.54 billion Nepali Rupees to Nepal further fulfilling its commitment towards post-earthquake reconstruction assistance," the Indian Embassy said in a statement. Namgyal Khampa, the Deputy Chief of Mission at the Indian Embassy, handed over the cheque amounting to Nepali Rupees 1.54 billion to Sishir Kumar Dhungana, Secretary, Nepal's Ministry of Finance.
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