Kathmandu- Minister for Communications and Information Technology Parbat Gurung has stressed on the need of preserving the glory of Radio Nepal.
Addressing a programme organized by the Radio Broadcasting Service Development Committee in Singhadarbar to distribute the long service- time medals to Radio Nepal employees on Tuesday, Minister Gurung urged the officials to run the institution in a competitive manner.
The minister also urged the Radio Nepal family to identify the positive aspects and analyze the weaknesses.
Similarly, Radio Broadcasting Service Development Committee chair and ministry’s secretary, Hari Prasad Basyal said Radio Nepal had reached the homes of the people carrying with it the message of ‘unity in diversity’.
Likewise, Radio Nepal’s executive director Buddhi Bahadur KC said despite lack of resources, at present 87 per cent of the country’s population can have easy access to the service of Radio Nepal.
Nineteen employees, including 15 working at the Radio Nepal’s Central Office Singha Durbar and four working in offices outside the Kathmandu valley, received the Long Service- Time Medal and a Letter of Appreciation on Tuesday for completing 25 years of service.