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Biplav’s financial supporters

Kathmandu, 19 September: Those big businessmen who are hesitated to pay tax to the nation, are found donating to the Biplav group in violence, reports Jana Aastha vernacular weekly.

According to the diary received from Khadga Bahadur Bishwakarma “Prakanda”,  those who have donated to the Biplav group are:

Amar Rayamajhi: Five hundred thousand rupees; Rajesh Khadka’s James School: 2 million rupees; Kathmandu Medical College: 1.5 million rupees; Prasadi Academy: 1 million rupees; Gita Rana’s Galaxy School: 1.5 million rupees; Federation of Petroleum Transportation Entrepreneurs: five hundred thousand rupees; Heli Everest: one million rupees; construction entrepreneur Jayaram Lamichhane: one million rupees; Seven Summit Tours and Travels: five hundred thousand rupees; medicine mafia Bishal Pandit: five hundred thousand rupees; Surendra Bahadur Singh: 10 million rupees; Global (not identified bank or group): 2 million rupees; Nobel Medical Collage: 1.5 million rupees; Rambahadur Dhital: one hundred thousand rupees; Casino King Kishor Silwal: 10 million rupees; United Insurance’s Ravi Bhakta Shrestha: 2.f million rupees; manpower entrepreneur Raghu Puri: 1.5 million rupees; Shivam Cement: 1.5 million rupees; Maruti Cement: five hundred thousand rupees; Anil Agrawal: five hundred thousand rupees; Sonapur Cement: three hundred thousand rupees; Ghorahi Cement: five hundred thousand rupees; NB Group: three hundred thousand rupees; Golcha Organisation: three hundred thousand rupees; Butwal Power Company: one hundred thousand rupees; Riddhi-Siddhi Jewelers: one hundred thousand rupees; Subhas Shrestha: one hundred thousand rupees; NIST’s Madhav Baral: five hundred thousand rupees; Dr Kanaudiya: one hundred thousand rupees; Sirjana Rana: one hundred thousand rupees; Rameshwar Aryal: one hundred thousand rupees; Upper Tamakoshi’s Bigyan Shrestha: fifty thousand rupees; KUKL’s Sanjib Bikram Rana: three hundred thousand rupees.

People’s News Monitoring Service

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