The Nepali Army has collected as much as 34 tonnes of waste from four mountains under the ‘Clean Mountain Campaign’ this year.

This year’s waste collection remains the highest in comparison to 2019 (at around 10 tonnes) and 2021 (at around 27.6 tonnes), according to NA. 

The campaign that kicked off on March 5 has come to a conclusion marking the World Environment Day on Sunday.  

On the occasion, the team involved in cleaning campaign handed over the flag to Chief of Army Staff (CoAS) Prabhu Ram Sharma to mark the end of the campaign for this year. 

The campaign was launched in association with various non-governmental agencies and private sector and garbage was retrieved from Sagarmatha, Lhotse,…


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