CN Pandey Elected NATTA President

CN Pandey elected NATTA president CN Pandey has been elected to the post of president of Nepal Association of Tour and Travels Agents (NATTA). At the election for the new executive committee held in Kathmandu on Friday, Pandey won by six votes. Pandey bagged 212 votes out of 420, while his rival Dipendra Kumar Sharma got only 206 votes. Similarly, Achyut Guragain and Sangita Jirel have been elected first vice president and second vice president, respectively, while Ramesh Thapa has been elected general secretary. NATTA president of CN Pandey Likewise, Sabita Bhattarai has been elected secretary, Ram Prashad Shrestha treasurer, and Surendra Bhattarai assistant treasurer. Shudarshan Nepal, Debaki Gurung, Phuri Gyaljen Sherpa, Amrit Kumar Dhakal, Ramesh Poudel, Raju Dhakal, Inu Thapa, Gita Dhakal have been elected members of the executive committee. The committee will have tenure of two years. NATTA is an umbrella organization of tour and travel agents that was established in 1966 in order to regulate the travel industry of the country. Source: Myrepublica Landmark Forest Landmark Pokhara Creative Adventure Nepal Landmark Kathmandu Contact Us: Phone: +977 – 9851030564 Location: Gairidhara, Kathmandu, Nepal.
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