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Fire aid to sympathize victims

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Beldangi-I, June 14: Representatives of Bhutan Media Society (BMS) and camp management committee distributed cash donations to fire victims here.

Following the online appeal from BMS, Bhutanese Community in The Netherlands contributed 150 Euros for the fire victims, while Tek Nath Mishra from California and family of a former camp secretary Manorath Khanal from Arizona contributed US $40.

President of BCN, Dr. Lakshi Dhakal, wrote to Bhutan News Service that his community decided to sympathize the fire victims with a small fund they could gather from the resettled Bhutanese.

The distritution was made on individual basis considering the degree of damage that fire had caused. The cash support reached to 134 fire victims in the camp.



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