Kathmandu : The Nepal Army has imported medical supplies from India to Nepal in 25 trucks through Belia Naka of Rupandehi on Saturday. On Friday, Nepal Army trucks were taken to India to collect the medical supplies.
The Nepal Army stated that the trucks are equipped with Covid related operating lights, auto refractive meters, B-pad machines, ABG machines, lab microscopes, light curing cardless, ICU ventilators, manual sprayers, virus transport media with swabs, RDT antigen kits, P5’s including RDT antigen kit.
Similarly, India has also sent six ambulances to the Nepal Army. According to Rathi Santosh Ballabh Poudyal, Assistant Spokesperson of the Nepal Army, the medical supplies came as part of the regular exchange of assistance between the Nepal Army and the Indian Army and the Indian Army also sent six ambulances to the Nepal Army.
Chief District Officer of Rupandehi, Asman Tamang, said that he had received information that the army equipment had entered Rupandehi on Saturday and would be sent to Kathmandu from there.