Nepali community in Korea extends helping hands to fire victims

Seoul / May 19: Nepali Community residing in South Korea has extended their helping hands to the fire victims of the recent fire in Gangwon Province.

The community helped financially to the victims, mostly handicapped and senior citizen. The community led by former NRN-Korea chairperson Raju Chhetri handed over the amount of 3.22 million Korean won to the officials of the Korean government. He said that the community in Korea is very happy to help the victims from the blaze.

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