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Death toll from floods, landslides climbs to 34


13 July 2019  

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KATHMANDU: The death toll from the monsoon-induced floods and landslides across the country has climbed to 34 as of Saturday evening. Some 12 persons have been injured while 18 others are missing.

According to the latest records maintained by Nepal Police, five persons were killed in Lalitpur, four in Bhojpur and three persons lost their lives in Kathmandu, Makwanpur Khotang and Kavre districts each. Similarly, two each died in Sindhuli and Dhading districts and one each has died in Jhapa, Sunsari, Ilam, Okhaldhunga, Bara, Parsa, Ramechhap, Palpa and Chitwan.

Four persons have been injured in Makwanpur and two in Kavre. Likewise, one person each in Khotang, Ramechhap, Dhading, Dolakha, Sunsari and Chitwan has been injured, police said.

Four people are missing in Sindhuli. Likewise, one each is reported missing in Morang, Jhapa, Udayapur, Morang, Makwanpur, Bhojpur, Sunsari, Mahottari, Panchthar, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Rautahat and Dhading districts.

Publish Date : 13 July 2019 19:49 PM

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