The team, led by its president Kumar Panta, also wished Prime Minister Deuba a successful tenure. Panta brought his attention to the challenges of Non-Resident Nepali citizenship, recalling the NRNA’s previous cooperation with the government.
Similarly, Panta encouraged Nepal’s government to launch a programme as quickly as possible to rescue and rehabilitate Nepali workers who have become stranded abroad.
Similarly, Jiba Lamichhane, previous president of the Association, brought Prime Minister Deuba’s attention to the hunger strike being performed by British Gurkhas in the UK and encouraged him to take diplomatic initiative with the British government to resolve their difficulties.
On the occasion, Prime Minister Deuba stated his commitment to resolving the issues, including the Non-resident Nepali citizenship bill, as soon as feasible in accordance with the Constitution’s provisions.
The meeting was attended by Vice Presidents of the Association Sonam Lama and Rabina Thapa, the Coordinator of the NRNA’s Health Committee Dr. Sanjiv Sapkota, the Executive Chief of the Association Rajesh Rana, and others.