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Five roads yet to reopen in aftermath of recent rains


KATHMANDU:- Among those roads disrupted by floods in the third week of October, five are yet to be reopened. Twelve roads had been obstructed by the rains occurred from October 17 to 20.
The Dumre-Besisahar road in Manang, Jalibagar and Narugauna routes along the Khodpe-Chainpur road in Bajhang, Dhangadhi-Sahajpur-Budar, Syaule and Satbanjh-Thaktoli-Darchula-Tinkar road in Darchula are yet to come into operation following the disruption.
Some roads were restored with provisional arrangements and they are yet to come into operation fully. The roads that are partially opened are Aringalfedi route along the Rapti Highway, Kamerephant along the Bardibas-Sindhuli-Khurkot-Dhulikhel, various sections along the Dungreshwor-Saatkhamba-Dullu-Pipalbot-Khulal-Manma in Surkhet and the Nagma Jumla road.

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