Here’s how first President of Nepal is transferring power to successor
Kathmandu, October 29.Want to know how the first president of the federal republic of Nepal is leaving the office, transferring power to his successor Bidhya Bhandari, the first woman president of the country? Read on.
The swearing-in of the new head of the state, of course, will take place at the President’s Office, Sital Niwas. Outgoing President Yadav will arrive at the venue once President-elect Bhandari arrives there.
The Nepali Army will offer a guard of honour to Yadav. Afterwards, Chief Justice Kalyan Shrestha will administer the oath of office and secrecy to President Bhandari.
After the swearing-in, the national army will offer guard of honour to the new President. Outgoing President will hand over his seat to his successor. President-elect Bhandari will bid farewell to her predecessor. After fairwell, well-wishers will offer congratulations to the new head of the state.
Outgoing President Yadav will participate in a farewell programme at Sital Niwas. He will address the function.
In a horse-drawn carriage, Yadav will then head to Lainchaur. And from there, Yadav will leave for his new residence in Bagdol, Lalitpur, with his security detail. The government has arranged a well-facilitated house for Yadav in Bagdol.
A source close to President-elect Bhandari informed that she will shift to Sital Niwas in a few days.