The National Assembly (NA) today supported a sympathy movement on the end of Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari, who was killed in a chopper crash in Taplejung Wednesday.
In the present session of the Upper House, NA seat Ganesh Prasad Timilsina displayed the movement before it, which was passed collectively. The gathering likewise watched a snapshot of quietness for a moment, wanting for unceasing harmony to the withdrew soul.
“The gathering communicates profound distress over the passing method for Minister Adhikari at 49 years old on February 27 out of a helicopter crash happened at Phungling of Taplejung in the wake of paying respect to the Pathibhara god, following an assessment of the (proposed) Chuhandanda Airport in Tehrathum.”
Adhikari was chosen to the both Constituent Assembly in 2008 and 2013; and in the House of Representatives races 2018 from Kaski and was the focal individual from the Nepal Communist Party. He was the previous leader of the Legislature-Parliament’s Development Committee.
The gathering has stretched out sincere sympathy to the deprived family. The following gathering of the Upper House has been planned for 1:00 pm of March 3.