Embassy of India has distributed Rs 2,00,09,804/- to the Bhu Pus, Widows and Next of Kins of deceased soldiers of Indian Armed Forces.
Amid a function held at the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, Ambassador of India to Nepal, Ranjit Rae felicitated 13 Bhu Pus, widows and NoKs, by distributing cheques worth Rs 2,00,09,804/-.
The Mission is also addressing all welfare projects for Bhu Pus and NoKs with an aim to benefit maximum people and ensuring timely settlement of their grievances.
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