DHANGADHI: Around a dozen of people who survived a strong storm in Dhading of Kailali district yesterday evening have been bearing the brunt of the disaster due to delay in relief distribution. The survivors especially those from impoverished families are suffering from lack of safe shelter since the strong blew away their roofs.
Of the total 76 who sustained injuries in the disaster, 20 were critically injured. Two people died in the incident. The details of the damages were yet to be ascertained, according to the District Police Office, Kailali. The storm also hit several places in the adjoining districts.
Dil Bahadur Shahi of Dhangadi Sub-Metropolis said that the storm blew away the roof of his house and the rain had damaged the food items, leaving him and his family at lurch.
Chief District Officer of Kailali Yagya Raj Bohara shared that it would take some time to collect the details of the damages. Today’s meeting of the District Natural Disaster Rescue Committee has decided to adopt one-door policy in distribution of relief packages. For the record keeping of the damages, committee has been formed in the coordination of the ward chair of the place hit by the storm.
Furthermore, decision was made to provide food items to those whose houses and food items were damaged in the disaster.
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