Nepal Rastra Bank has opened a Twitter account

Nepal Rastra Bank has launched its official Twitter account . On Thursday, Nepal Rastra Bank Governor Mahaprasad Adhikari informed that a Twitter account has been opened.

In a tweet on Thursday, the official said, ‘With the passing of the social media policy, the Twitter account of Nepal Rastra Bank has been opened.’

The Governor’s official said that it is expected that this will help in information dissemination and promotion.

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