Speaker Mahara leaves for five-day Tibet trip

Kathmandu, September 7

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Speaker of the House of Representatives, Krishna Bahadur Mahara, has embarked on a five-day official visit to Tibet autonomous region of China on Friday.

Five lawmakers and some staff of the Federal Parliament Secretariat are also accompanying Mahara. Those included in the team are Shanti Maya Tamang Pakhrin of Nepal Communist Party, Rangamati Shahi of Nepali Congress, Uma Shankar Arbariya of Federal Socialist Forum-Nepal, Ekbal Miya of Rastriya Janata Party Nepal and Durga Paudel of Rastirya Janamorcha.

The team also includes the Secretariat’s Secretary Bharat  Raj Gautam and some staff of the Speaker’s Secretariat.

Mahara is scheduled to hold a meeting with the chief of Tibet government today itself.

He will also lay the foundation stone for Nepal’s Consular Office in Lhasa. Likewise, he will address a meeting of Trans-Himalaya Belt and Road International Cooperation Forum.

The team will return home on Tuesday.


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