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Ministry’s request not to accommodate unidentified persons


KATHMANDU:- The Ministry of Home Affairs has requested all concerned to not allow any person, who does not have an official identity card, to rent accommodation. Stating that there has been an attempt by foreign nationals to enter Nepal illegally by hiding their identity, the Ministry has issued a press release today requesting all not to hire such persons.
The Ministry has requested all concerned not to rent out house, apartment, flat and rooms to those who do not have proper identity papers. Ministry’s spokesperson Phanindra Mani Pokharel has said that if such a person is found then the nearest police station should be notified.

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