Residence minister meets flood victims in Bajura

Home minister meets flood victims in Bajura

Bajura, August 18

Residence Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa arrived in Bajura with a group to examine the situation of monsoon-related catastrophe victims.

In line with Chief District Officer Krishna Gaihre of Bajura, the group additionally included Nepal Communist Celebration (NCP) Sudurpashchim Province Chair Karna Thapa, lawmaker Lal Bahadur Thapa and provincial authorities Minister Prakash Shah.

The HM’s group that flew to the district in a Nepal Military chopper reached Sim of Gaumul Rural Municipality and offered reduction supplies to flood and landslide victims. Handing over reduction, Thapa offered the federal government’s help to the victims and pledged to relocate displaced households on the earliest.

The group additionally monitored disaster-hit locations of Ghaghar in Badimalika Municipality, Taprisera of Budhiganga Municipality and the Sanfe-Martadi highway part.

Scores of households in these locations have been displaced after floods within the Budhiganga River swept away their properties just a few days in the past.

The flood had additionally swept away a bridge at Jadanga on the Sanfe-Martadi highway part, disrupting vehicular motion to the district headquarters Martadi.

5 suspension bridges over the river in Gaumul Rural Municipality and Badimalika Municipality have been washed away. Relating to the highway disrupted and broken by floods and landslides, HM Thapa pledged to do the needful to renew the highway quickly.

A model of this text seems in e-paper on August 19, 2020, of The Himalayan Occasions.

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