KATHMANDU: Nepal’s dethroned king Gyanendra Shah is scheduled to visit different districts in Tarai from tomorrow. Currently, Shah is in Simara at his relative’s house.
Shah’s secretary Sagar Timilsina said Shah is beginning his visit from Saptari on Monday.
In Saptari district, Shah would worship in different temples where he would be guarded by different Hindu affiliated youths.
Similarly, Shah would leave for Lahan, Siraha, on Tuesday and would worship in Durga Temple. The dethroned king would return to Simara the same day.
Taking rest in Simara for some days, Shah again would embark for Sarlahi on June 13.
Likewise, Gyanendra would reach Rautahat on June16. The former king is also scheduled to visit Hetauda, Janakpur, Jaleshwor, Parsa and other areas in the region, Timilsina said.