Bajura’s Olena village prone to landslide, flood

Bajura's Olena village at risk of landslide, flood

BAJURA: Olena village in Badimalika Municipality-Four of Bajura district is on the threat of landslide and flood. The swollen Budhiganga River has eroded the earth whereas there may be additionally the danger of landslides that might happen from two sides of the village.

It has been reported that 87 individuals of 12 households have been displaced.

Native residents have been going through the issue because the river has eroded the land whereas the homes are on the threat of being swept away by landslides, native Narendra Nath stated. The villagers have misplaced contact with the district headquarters Martadi because the bailey bridge over the river have been swept away by the flood.

Furthermore, the landslides have obstructed the trail disrupting motion to and from the district headquarters, in keeping with deputy mayor of Badimalika, Kabita Bista.  The a part of Sanfe-Martadi highway part that runs by the village alongside the financial institution of Budhiganga River has been buried by landslide particles.

Previous to this, Ajaytodki village in Gaumul Rural Municipality-2 within the district has been cut-off from the remainder of the nation because the Budhiganga River swept away a bailey bridge at Jadanga alongside the highway part.

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