Kathmandu. Nepali is still shining in the world. Children of Nepali mothers are rising as bright stars all over the world. Meanwhile, a Nepali girl from Kaski Pokhara Metropolitan City-22 has reached a high position in the British Army.
For the first time in history, a Nepali woman has held a high position in the British Gurkha Army. 27-year-old dentist Dr. Anshu Gurung has been appointed as the Captain of the British Gurkha Army on Saturday. she was awarded the captain’s Ignatia.
According to Yogesh Gurung, vice president of the Southeast Regional Tamu Dhin, Anshu, an adviser to the UK’s Tamu Dhin, has even completed 10 weeks of training for his new post from the Royal Military Academy Stand Hurst.
Anshu Gurung is the youngest daughter of British Gurkha Color Sergeant Amar Gurung. His mother, Suku Gurung, is the president of the Bhoomdikot Society in the United Kingdom. Anshu, a native of Pokhara Metropolitan City-22, is currently living with her family in Farnborough, UK. She enlisted in the British Gurkha Army after earning a degree in dentistry from Queen Mary University last year.