29 Dec, Kathmandu. The government has decided to grant public leave for Tamu Lhosar on Dec 30. An earlier cabinet meeting had decided to dismiss him.
However, Home Ministry spokesperson Pradip Koirala said that false information was circulating on social media that a public holiday would take place even before the decision was taken. He said, “Only the recent cabinet meeting has made this decision.
Tamu Lhosar was not on the list of public holidays in the Gazette published on March 26, 2077 BS. In that notice, it was mentioned that only the community belonging to the respective religion and culture would be dismissed.