The British Prince Harry today also continued chipping in his contribution for the reconstruction of quake-damaged Prabhat Kiran Secondary School at Lapubeshi in Gorkha district.
Prince Harry, who arrived Nepal on March 19 on a five-day state visit, had made a surprising announcement at the end of his official visit that he was extending his stay for more six days for he wants to help reconstruct a quake-damaged school in a remote district.
The Royal arrived the locality on Thursday evening with some British and Nepali persons in the team. He was spotted carrying 'doko' and fetching woods and stones yesterday while he ferried tree trunk from the nearby jungle today.
The 31-year-old joined hand in hand with the locals and his members from Team Rubicon charity towards the cause, according to School Management Committee's chairperson Suresh Gurung.
Chairperson Gurung expressed his happiness over the support of British Royal and public for helping towards this end.
Locals have also commented Prince Harry's demonstrative support for reconstruction of school as very exemplary one.
A total of 11 rooms will be constructed for the School