Khatiwada elected FNJ President in Chitwan

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Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) Chapter in Chitwan has elected Radheshyam Khatiwada as its president.

The FNJ Chapter's 11th Convention elected Khatiwada, a candidate from a joint panel. Khatiwada garnered 145 votes while his closest contender Surya Prakash Kandel garnered 19 votes. RSS

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