Indian Embassy provides bus and ambulance to Changkheli Rural Municipality

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By Rajan Raut,Humla, Apr. 17: The Indian Embassy has gifted an ambulance to Changkheli Rural Municipality and a bus to a school in the Humla district. 

Responding to the needs, the Embassy provided a bus to Mahadev Higher Secondary School in Changkheli Rural Municipality -2 and an ambulance to the Changkheli Rural Municipality office.

Rural Municipality Chairman Pyari Lal Shahi, the bus and the ambulance were handed over amid a programme organised by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.

Sahi expressed gratitude to the embassy for the vital support, emphasising its significance for both the rural municipality and the school. 

With the acquisition of an ambulance, transporting patients from the village to medical centres will become easier, said Sahi. 

Currently, villagers rely on private Bolero jeeps at high prices to reach medical centres. Similarly, the school bus will now facilitate the transportation of students to and from school.

Both vehicles were dispatched from Kathmandu and have reached Nepalganj. They are scheduled to arrive at the rural municipality on April 17. Shahi said that upon their arrival in the village, both vehicles would promptly come into operation.

Although the rural municipality is connected to the road network, it has been unable to procure an ambulance from its own resources. Previously, the embassy had constructed a library building for the same school.

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