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Flood victims urge Karnali provincial government to manage reliefs


KARNALI:- Karnali Province Assembly member Naresh Bhandari inspected the flood-hit areas in Jumla district. He took stock of the damages at Tila Rural Municipality-4, Sanpulli, Rawatwada, Nuwakot village, Girikhola, Niyapani, Thanta, Kanku village, Sarmi, Surki, Tamti, Baragaun, Baitadi and Dhanbali that were affected by flooding on October 19.
On the occasion, former minister Bhandari assured that he would immediately manage a generator for Topla village that lacks electricity and take initiatives in connecting the village and surrounding ones with the national grid.
Earlier, the provincial government has been asked to provide reliefs to the flood victims and seek long-term solutions to their problems, he informed.
On the occasion, the flood victims have urged the people’s representative to manage reliefs and accommodation for them.

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