GODAWARI:- Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Dilendra Prasad Badu underscored the need for special programmes which aim at minimizing risks of climate change.
At a programme organized by the Nepali Congress (NC) Kailali district on Saturday, Minister Badu said since country was hardest hit by the climate crisis, there must be some special programme addressing it.
Warning that countries like Nepal could suffer a huge loss in future, the Minister argued that the government should attach great important to the programmes related to climate change. He pledged relief distribution to the flood, landslide and inundation survivors including the farmers, and assured immediate relief to the farmers whose crops were hugely damaged in the recent series of unseasonal torrential rain.
According to him, the government would consider taking foreign assistance to provide respite to the farmers who were hardest hit by rain-induced disasters in the country in the recent days. He shared that he had taken cognizance of the damages by the disasters in Sudurpaschim Province.
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