Toronto, Nepalese national flag was hoisted recently at Legislative Assembly of Ontario Queen’s park marking the 7th Nepalese constitution day. The flag was jointly hoisted by NRNA Canada President Mr. Deepak Gautam and Vice President Ms. Sangita G. C. followed by national anthems of Canada and Nepal.
Addressing the program, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario Hon. Ted Arnott praised Nepal for managing to stay uncolonized nation since its history. Hon. Arnott also expressed his pleasure to be a part of the joyous day of Nepalese residing across Canada.
Speaking at the program, Member of Provincial Parliament Hon. Deepak Anand (Mississauga-Malton) said that he considered Nepalese always as a part of the family. MPP Anand also conveyed that he felt very pleasured and proud to be associated with this very event. Another guest, Member of Provincial Parliament Hon. Bhutila Karpoche (Parkdale-High Park) revealed that as she was born and raised in Nepal, she has special feeling and attachment with Nepal and Nepalese people. MPP Karpoche apprised with contentment that her riding being comprised of remarkable Nepalese people currently.
Facilitating the program, NRNA North America’s Youth Coordinator Ms. Bimala Sapkota explained about the event. At the program, a message from Nepalese Ambassador to Canada His Excellency Bhrigu Dhungana was read out in which HE Dhungana appreciated Canada for the cooperation extended in the social and economic field of Nepal. Host of speakers including President Gautam shed light on the significance of the program. At the program, Speaker Hon. Ted Arnott, MPPs Hon. Anand and Hon. Karpoche handed over memorial certificate to NRNA Canada President Mr. Deepak Gautam. The program was attended by representatives from various Nepalese organizations and other individuals.