A meeting of the International Relations Committee. (File Photo)
KATHMANDU: The parliamentary International Relations Committee has instructed the government to carry out homework with priority to bring Nepalis stranded in different parts of India and those who have been languishing in bordering areas of the country.
The Committee on Wednesday directed the government to carry out homework by holding bilateral discussions to bring Nepalis trapped in different places of India after Indian administration urged Nepalis at borders to return home.
It has also asked the government to send Nepalis who are in Banbasa and Tanakpur in quarantine for more than 35 days to their respective villages after carrying out necessary health test.
The Committee suggested making arrangement through respective diplomatic missions to save Nepalis who are in different countries including India from coronavirus pandemic as well as to provide relief for who have become jobless.
Similarly, the Committee directed the government to make appropriate arrangement of health supplies, lodging and food to security personnel deployed at border as well as to make necessary arrangement to bring back the bodies of those who lost their lives in course of overseas employment.
It was shared at the meeting that problem has been faced to bring back the mortal remains of 111 workers who have died in gulf countries after lockdown.
The meeting also suggested the government to develop well-equipped hospital in all the seven states.