Nepali Society of Tasmania has successfully conducted its General Assembly in Hobart, Tasmania on Saturday. The General Assembly was organised under the leadership of Abhinab Acharya, current president of Nepali Society of Tasmania .
The General Assembly also ensured voting for the next working committee – from two contenders for the presidency, Khagendra Satyal and Aruna Poudel, Satyal received a majority and will serve as President of Nepali Society of Tasmania for a year.
The general assembly arrived upon the following key position holders:
President: Khagendra Satyal
Vice-President: Meghna Raut
Secretary: Basanta Ghimire
Treasurer: Dolma Sherpa
Members: Gayatri Pande, Anil Dangal, Anuj Adhikari, Bishnu Sapkota, Purnima Shrestha.
Newly elected Satyal has also shared his respect for the founding members and the previous working committees, and has said he will aim to lead the society towards achieving its objectives. Satyal will be requesting the local government for funds towards preservation and promotion of Nepali culture in Tasmania, and will aim to develop a curriculum for the operational Nepali language school.