Bajura’s Haliya neighborhood submits memo to CM Trilochan Bhatta

Bajura's Haliya community submits memo to CM Trilochan Bhatta

BAJURA: The Haliya neighborhood of Bajura district on Thursday submitted a memo to Chief Minister of Sudurpaschim Province, Trilochan Bhatta asking the federal government to ensure a supply of livelihood.

A person, on behalf of Haliya neighborhood, submits a memo to Sudurpaschi Province Chief Minister Trilochan Bhatta, in Kolti, Budhinanda Municipality of Bajura district, on Thursday, September 3, 2020. Photograph: Prakash Singh/THT

Chief Minister Bhatta had reached Kolti to distribute reduction objects to the survivors and households of landslide and flood victims.

“Though the federal government has introduced that the Haliya neighborhood is ‘free’, now we have no precise supply of livelihood, so we submitted the memo to the chief minister,” Hikmat Wada, a campaigner belonging to Haliya neighborhood mentioned.

The memo demanded every household of the neighborhood be supplied with 5 bighas of land and that the federal government fulfil their five-point demand which that they had been assured of.

The marginalised neighborhood has appealed to the federal government to develop programmes that will promote a supply of revenue for them.

They requested the federal government to offer them with medical remedy, vocational schooling and better schooling all freed from price.

The federal government of Nepal on September 6, 2008, declared ‘Haliya free’ previous the “Haliya free motion”.

In the meantime, the Haliyas have been dealing with issues because of lack of employment and the stress from collectors asking them to repay the money owed their forefathers had taken. The memo additionally urges the federal government to waive all of the money owed.

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