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74th  NTUC establishment Day celebrated

Published Date: 2020-03-05

74th  NTUC establishment Day celebrated

4th March, 2020, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Nepal Trade Union Congress successfully celebrated 74th establishment Day here at Kathmandu Nepal. Former prime minister and chairman of Nepali Congress respected Sher Bahadur Deuba was the chief guest of the program, Senior Leader Ramchandra Poudel and Krishna Prasad Sitoula were the Special Guest and Bro. Pushkar Acharya was the chairman of the program. The welcome program was given by NTUC vice president Mr Tejendra Jung Karki.

During the program, Nepal trade union congress central committee, 27 affiliates union, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur district, women committee, youth committee and several departments of NTUC participated. Mr. Poudel raised some concern about the functioning of the government system and blamed that this government is working against the welfare of the people. Similarly, Mr Sitaula obliged that not only social security act but also, trade union act, labour act are the examples that nepali congress favours for labour rights and its issues. Chiarman of Nepali Congress and former prime minister of Nepali Congress said that all sister and well wisher organization and individual should unite against the government. He also expressed deep concern and wishes successful kidney transplant for Prime minister K.P. Sharma Oli. Corona Virus is spreading in a rapid way, we have to take care seriously, he urged. Chairman of the program Brother Pushkar Acharya argued that this government is deluding social security effort done by NTUC and has been misleading the people and creating only the propaganda instead of working. It is a major challenge and government is already a failure in case of implementing the social security act and new labour act 2074.

The program was facilitated by NTUC General Secretary Mr. Yogendra Kumar Kunwar. Accordingly, NTUC Kathmandu organized 1 day blood donation program in which the participants of the program alos donated the blood. Likewise, The program comprised of photoshoot consisting NTUC banner at background, cultural dance, cultural song, standup comedy by national celebrities.

At last Brother Ajay Kumar Rai, Vice president of NTUC concluded the program applauding the CCM of NTUC, departments, staffs, volunteers, women committee, youth committee, press, technical group and everyone who assisted and supported during the celebration. More than 5000 people observed the program and 2000 directly attend the event.

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