admin July 1st, 2008
Former Crown Prince Paras is travelling to Singapore today to identify a good school to educate his three kids here.
Sources close to Paras told The Himalayan Times yesterday that the former heir to the throne decided to move his three children and wife Himani to Singapore as the situation in Nepal is not conducive right now. “He will be travelling to Singapore as a commoner on a normal Nepali passport,” the sources pointed out.
Paras had stopped sending his children, Purnika and Hridayendra, to Rupy International School, two months ago. “Security is a big issue. With the government having withdrawn security after May 28 declaration, Paras is paranoid about the safety of his family,” said the sources, adding that during his stay in Singapore Paras would identify a good school for his children and also locate a service apartment.
“Paras will be in Singapore for a couple of weeks to complete the admission formalities and identify an apartment as well. He will also hire a nanny for the kids,” the sources said, adding that his wife, Himani, will leave for Singapore once her husband ties up everything.
The sources said Paras had shortlisted six schools including the American and British schools. “Since the kids are too young to be put in a boarding school, their mother will be staying with them in Singapore,” the sources said.
The sources dismissed reports that the former Crown Prince would relocate to Singapore permanently. “Paras will return to Kathmandu once his family is settled in there,” they said, adding that he will continue to reside in his home, Nirmal Niwas, as a commoner.
Source: The Himalayan Times
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