The organization has floated a new plan to create job opportunities by making a collective investment in different productive sectors. Besides, the RMN has also mooted to enroll the immigrant skilled workers returning home to the organization for the sake of country development. At a press conference on Sunday, RMN Chairperson Uttam Adhikari pledged to work for the protection of the social interests of Nepali people returning home from foreign employment by coordinating with different organizations.
As shared, the organization will also put efforts to have implemented the government's announcement of providing loan up to Rs 1 million to those returning from foreign employment based on the proposed project.
In addition, the organization will also collect data of the Nepali immigrants returning home and mobilize them for country's prosperity through the project. (RSS)