BHAIRAHAWA, APR 17 – Kantipur Karodpati Yojana, a subscription campaign of the Kantipur Publications, reached Bhairahawa in Rupandehi district on Thursday. The “road show” will continue in and around Bhairahawa for five days.
The subscription drive that initiated from Birgunj a month ago reached the bordering town of Bhairahawa through Hetauda, Narayangadh and Butwal. The campaign aims at adding subscribers of The Kathmandu Post and Kantipur dailies across the nation.
Under the scheme, subscribers of The Kathmandu Post and Kantipur can get scratch coupons and instantly win televisions, laptops, solar inverters, mobile phone sets. They can also win cash-back awards of Rs 200 to 2,500. Subscribers can also win cash prizes of Rs 100,000 every week and Rs 1 million every month. As a bumper prize, one of the subscribers will win Rs 10 million.
Ravi Sharma, an authorised distributor of the Publications in Bhairahawa, said a large number of locals have been attracted to the campaign and subscribed the newspapers on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Baikuntha Bhandari of Butwal, who subscribed the Kantipur daily, won a 32-inch LED television with a scratch coupon on Wednesday. The Publications’ regional chief Shumsher Bahadur Rawal and Sharma handed over the prize to Bhandari. Similarly, Anjali Acharya of Siddharthanagar-7 won a solar inverter.