30 December 2020, Kathmandu
In order to support the bereaved family of the migrant workers who lost their lives during their employment in the countries of destination from covid-19, IME established Bharosa Kosh has started to distribute the support amount to the applicants.
Manager of IME Limited Roshan Rakhal and Regional Head Arun Kumar Bhandari jointly handed over the cheque of Rs. 50,000/- to Applicant Manju Kumari Devi (Wife of Late Shree Prasad Mandal) from Siraha on Tuesday. The remaining applicants will receive the support amount through the IME PAY app by the end of Poush, 2077.
Bharosa Kosh is established in order to address the social and economic welfare of the migrant worker’s family. The beneficiary somehow will get the confidence to overcome the vicious grief caused by the global pandemic from the bharosa Kosh.
The application was open for interested relatives in Nepal of Nepali workers who died abroad due to COVID-19 from January 1 to October 16, 2020 (16th Poush 2076 to 30th Ashoj 2077). The required details were provided by the close relatives at IME Group’s central office at Panipokhari, Kathmandu, and provincial offices in all provinces. Arrangements were made in the offices to apply till 15th Mangshir, 2077 BS.