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Home Minister Thapa returns to Pokhara due to bad weather


03 September 2020  

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KATHMANDU: Home Minister Ram Bahadur Thapa who left for flood-hit Dhorpatan municipality in a Nepal Army helicopter on Thursday morning has returned to Pokhara due to bad weather.

The team which was heading to the incident site was forced to return to Pokhara from Syangja due to bad weather, said Chief of Kaski District Police Office, Jeevan Shrestha.

Baglung lawmaker Devendra Paudel, National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority CEO Anil Pokharel are in the Minister’s team.

At least 10 people have died and 41 have gone missing after the swollen Sukurdung rivulet washed away settlements in Dhorpatan municipality on Wednesday night.

A total of 31 houses have been fully damaged by the floods, according to police.

The settlements from Duwal to Ghattechaur, Suprang, Bhusande, Dunepadera, Sukeldum, Lakurebot to Mangal tole along the bank of the rivulet have been washed away.

Publish Date : 03 September 2020 14:11 PM

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