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Govt. will bring special relief package: Minister Badu


MAHENDRANAGAR:- Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Dilendra Prasad Badu, has said that the country faced a huge loss of lives and properties due to landslides, floods and inundation following unseasonal rainfall.
At a programme organised by Nepali Congress, Kanchanpur, this morning, Minister Badu shared that the Prime Minister has paid special concern for relief and reconstruction.
‘Farmers are the ones who need immediate relief rather than reconstruction”, he opined, saying a special relief package would be brought immediately.
Minister Badu further said, “The government would involve in relief and rehabilitation task in a planned manner. We will heal the pain of the people even after collection foreign aid.”
On a different note, he argued that the Nepali Congress has got responsibility to run the country, adding that the NC has led the government for the success of the country and protection of the constitution.
Similarly, Nepali Congress central committee member and former minister Ramesh Lekhak said that Sudurpaschim Province was mostly-hit hard due to floods and landslides.
He said, “We along with a team of the Prime Minister made on-site visit of floods and landslides hit-areas and there is very painful condition. The government should immediately make arrangement of relief.”

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