Nepal’s dethroned king supports Rs 2,500,000 to flood victims of west Nepal

Former King Gyanendra Shah speaks to the media after inaugurating former Crown Princess Himani Shah's non-governmental organization in Kathmandu

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s dethroned king Gyanendra Shah has said that the upcoming CA election should be conducted with the participation of all political sides.

The former king was speaking at a charity program organized by the Himani Trust for fundraising to support the flood victims of the mid and far west regions of Nepal. The Himani Trust was established under the name of Himani Shah, Gyanendra’s daugther-in-law.

He also said that environment conducive should be created to held the election in a free and fair manner.  On the occasion, former king Gyanendra Shah announced to provide Rs 2.5 million for the flood victims.