हिमाली स्वरहरु – 62nd National Democracy Day Observed in New York

62nd National Democracy Day Observed in New York

admin February 20, 2012 0

62nd National Democracy Day and King Tribhuvan Jayantee observed(Press Release)

Coalition for the National Unity and Reconciliation in Nepal organized the 62nd National Democracy Day and Tribhuvan Jayantee at Himalayan Yak Restaurant’s Conference Hall in Jackson Heights, New York. The Speakers of the event highlighted the contributions and sacrifices of the Father of the Nation, late King Tribhuvan and four Martyrs. Their roles have been highly commended for bringing the democracy in Nepal.

The Democracy Day event has been chaired by the Chairman of the National Unity and Reconciliation in Nepal, Mr Vijay Sigdel.

Mr. Vijay Sigdel, Dr. Kamal Pande, UNN President Mr. Ashutosh Shrivastav, Mr. Dibakar Pant, Ms. Durga Pande (Punam), Mr. Prakash Tiwari and Mr. Bishal Shah spoke on the occasion. They all have one common voice that is the Constitutional Monarchy and the multiparty democracy is the must for the survival of the nation. Maoists’ atrocities have been the major target of the event. The speakers condemned the Maoists’ highhandedness and their intentions of dividing the nation into many components.

The National Democracy Day was moderated by Ms. Bandana Koirala and Mr. Kuber Thapa thanked the participants.

During the event, few poets and poetesses recited their poems. Mr. Binod Roka, Ms. Kamala Prasai, Mr. Nishesh Karki, Mrs. Punam Kafle, Mr. Ram Chandra Thapa, Mr. Tirtha Baral and the author Mr. Alex Gargilis recited the beautiful poems. Small children Ms. Samita Thapa, Ms. Salina Thapa, Ms. Seneca Pradhan and Mr. Dibanshu Ghimire exhibited their superb Nepali dances.

The event was formally started after the National Song, “Gauchha Geet Nepali” which was performed by the renowned singer Ms. Sapana Shree. She was accompanied on her performance by Mr. Binod Chapagain, Ms. Kamala Rajbhandari, Ms. Indira Tiwari and Ms. Sita Giri. Mr. Bimal Budhathoki gave the music of the National Song. In respect to the late King Tribhuvan and four Martyrs, Pancha Kanya (Five girls- three dancers including Ms. Bidushi Ghimire and Ms. Mili Shrestha), organization’s Chairman and others offered the flowers. One minute of silence observed to honor the Great Martyrs.
Photo by Ashok Pant(http://www.nepalphotonews.com)


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