Home Minister Khand assures to manage COVID vaccines to cooperative sectors

KATHMANDU: JULY 0 – Minister for Home Affairs Balkrishna Khand opined to prioritize cooperative sectors in managing the anti-COVID-19 vaccines.

Talking to a delegation of the Cooperatives Federation, Minister Khand argued that the government was managing the vaccines to all and sensitive, and directly linked public sectors would be prioritized in course of immediate management of the vaccines.

He added that the cooperative was directly linked with the national economy and public therefore should be prioritized in the vaccination bids.

On the , the federat


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Home Minister Khand assures to manage COVID vaccines to cooperative sectors

KATHMANDU: JULY 0 – Minister for Home Affairs Balkrishna Khand has opined to prioritize cooperative sectors in managing the anti-COVID-19 vaccines.

Talking to a delegation of the National Cooperatives Federation, Minister Khand argued that the government was managing the vaccines to all sensitive, and directly linked public sectors would be prioritized in course of immediate management of the vaccines.

He added that the cooperative sector was directly linked with the national economy and common public therefore it should be prioritized in the bids.

On the occasion, the federat


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Home Minister Khand assures to manage COVID vaccines to cooperative sectors

KATHMANDU: JULY 20 – Minister for Affairs Balkrishna Khand opined to prioritize cooperative sectors in managing the anti-COVID-19 vaccines.

Talking to a delegation of the National Cooperatives Federation, Minister Khand argued that the government was managing the vaccines to all and sensitive, and directly linked sectors would be prioritized in course of immediate management of the vaccines.

He added that the cooperative sector was directly linked with the national and common public therefore it should be prioritized in the vaccination bids.

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Home Minister Khand assures to manage COVID vaccines to cooperative sectors

KATHMANDU: JULY 20 – Minister for Home Affairs Balkrishna Khand has opined to prioritize cooperative sectors in managing the anti-COVID-19 vaccines.

Talking to a delegation of the Cooperatives Federation, Minister Khand argued that the government was managing the vaccines to all and sensitive, and directly linked public sectors would be prioritized in course of immediate management of the vaccines.

He added that the cooperative sector was directly linked with the national economy and public therefore it be prioritized in the bids.

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