Nepal’s Constitution to be taken to Mt Everest summit

Moun EverestKathmandu / April 17: Nepal Students Union, Dhulabari Campus leader, Anish Luintel, will be scaling Mt Everest where he will be unfurling the country’s national flag and displaying a copy of the Nepal’s Constitution to mark the Union’s anniversary.

At a press conference, NSU Central Chairman, Ranjit Karna, handed over Nepal and NSU’s flags and a copy of the Constitution to Luintel for that purpose.

“The country will now witness an economic revolution as the youth want to see development in the country,” Karna said.

Luintel, who is 22 years old, said he had been with the NSU since his childhood. The student leader is attempting to scale the highest mountain in the world for the first time. He will leave Kathmandu for Mt Everest on Tuesday with 13 foreign teams. RSS

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