Syafrubeshi-Langtang Trekking Route Was Opened
RASUWA: A 15-km trekking route along the Syafrubeshi-Langtang road section, which was blocked by a landslide, was opened on Sunday.
The Nepal Army removed the landslide debris from Ghodatabela to Langtang, clearing the route, informed NA Directorate of Public Relations.
Meanwhile, the NA is continuing the search for Nepali and foreign nationals who went missing in Langtang valley after the April 25 earthquake.
Likewise, its search, rescue and relief work at the landslide-affected Taplejung and Sankhuwasabha are also continuing. The army rescued 11 persons from Taplejung and 63 from Sankhuwasabha on Sunday. RSS
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