Pokhara, May 16- Dhruv Thapa, an established young entrepreneur of Pokhara, the chairman of Himalaya Organization and Dimension Intercontinental Pvt. has provided 3 jeeps of Force Motors in the service of covid patients.
With the second wave of covid epidemics increasing day by day, he has provided these jeeps free of cost to the people of Covid in rural areas during the Covid period.
Chairman Dhruva Bahadur Thapa and Managing Director Milan Thapa handed over two jeeps of Force Motors to Nepali Congress Kaski on Saturday. Another one is going to be handed over to the covid hospital of Lekhnath where 100- bed capacity covid hospital construction going on in collaboration with Pokhara Metropolitan City and Lions clubs .Thapa said that the force would be handed over to the hospital soon.
Stating that everyone should help from their own place during the Kovid epidemic, Thapa expressed his commitment to help in the coming days as well. Thapa, who is also a former governor of the Lions, is preparing to use two other force jeeps as ambulances. Thapa has planned to help five jeeps covering different areas to be used during the Covid period. When he was the governor of Lions, Thapa had helped to operate three state-of-the-art ambulances worth about Rs 10 million from Gandaki, Dhaulagiri and Bagmati areas which are still serving.