Govt. support for Manav Sewa to continue with charity

Kathmandu, May 7: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Home Affairs promised to provide support from the government to the Manav Sewa Ashram’s movement to provide guardianship and shelter to homeless street people.

Looking over the Manav Sewa Ashram at Nagarjun Municipality-1 in Kathmandu, DPM Shrestha confirmed it to continue with charitable works. Shrestha assured that he would hold discussion with Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ about possible support.

Manav Sewa’s Chairperson Ramji Dahal shared that the organization had been delivering, as a supporter of the government, to make sure that none is left abandoned in the street and live in the street or public places.

At present, the organization has 23 ashrams in 19 districts across the country, aims to make the country free from street people within 2082 BS. There are 1,600 rescued people being sheltered in various shelter homes of it currently while it is estimated that there are around 400 people still living in the streets.

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