The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has decided to set up oxygen plant in all seven provinces of the country.
The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has decided to set up oxygen plant in all seven provinces of the country. The meeting of NRNA chaired by its president Kumar Panta took the decision towards this end as there has been raging cases of COVID-19 in the country and more and more fatalities have been reported among the patients lately.
The NRNA will appeal with the concerned international communities to provide assistance to Nepal as vaccination was the last alternative to control the COVID-19 infection, the meeting decided. NRNA will coordinate effort with the UN agencies for the same.
The NRNA has requested with the government to prioritize Nepalis when it comes to facilitating passengers of different nationalities to travel to their respective destinations or to come back Nepal as chartered flights have been operated to fly stranded citizens to their respected countries. The NRNA has also urged the government to do away with the wasteful and complex provisions of obtaining permit from the Nepali diplomatic missions to return back home from abroad.
Likewise, the meeting convened on last Sunday has urged the government to address their demand regarding dual citizenship identity card for the Non-Resident Nepalis that the NRNA long has been advocating. The newly issued ordinance of citizenship identity card is silent on the part of granting dual citizenship identity card to the Nepalis settled abroad.