Government has Allocated Rs.105 Mn for Rehabilitation of the Religious Sites in Nepal!

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The Cabinet approval has been granted to allocate an additional 105 million rupees to reconstruct the Buddhist temple and Kovil in Nepal, damaged due to the devastating earthquake in 2015.
The government has estimated 345 million rupees for the renovation of Ananda Kuti Vihar and Ratho Machchidhaath Hindu Kovil which is to be constructed by deploying the Sri Lanka Army Engineering Service Regiment.
100 million rupees had been released in 2016 from the estimated expenses and permission has been granted by the cabinet of ministers to allocate another 105 million for other expenditures.

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